New Training for Local and Tribal Agencies on Federal Requirements for Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Grants

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) announces a new training to assist local and Tribal agencies with applying for transportation funding under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). Approximately $567 billion is available across all transportation modes over five years with about $351 billion of that for highway-specific programs.

An introductory training webinar is planned for Wednesday, September 6 at 2:00pm EST. Anyone interested in taking the training, must register at this link. Once registration is complete, participants will receive a link for accessing the webinar. The training is approximately 90 minutes led by a subject matter expert with a 30-minute question and answer session to follow.

Some of the training topics to be covered include funding opportunities, federal project delivery requirements, steps to take prior to application, pre-award requirements and resources to leverage throughout the Federal project and grant application processes. Local and Tribal agencies are encouraged to participate.

Please send your questions to FHWA Local Aid Support Program Manager, Hans Anker at

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