White House Launches Infrastructure Website

The site is intended to allow Americans to track the implementation of the infrastructure bill.

In an effort to provide better detail regarding the recent infrastructure package, President Biden announced the launching of a new website found at build.gov.  The message of the site clarifies that the ability to “forge bipartisan consensus and prove our democracy can deliver big wins” even in difficult times.

The president unveiled the website on a trip to Kansas City, Missouri. This was one of many stops on his nationwide tour to meet with local officials and residents to discuss how the infrastructure measure will impact the lives of individual Americans.

He highlighted provisions of “Building a Better America” in rebuilding roads and bridges, upgrading public transit, replacing water infrastructure, and creating union jobs. 

Build.gov is intended as a hub for governors, mayors, tribal leaders, business owners, union members, and others to track the implementation of the $1 trillion infrastructure law. 

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For safe travel for the president, the vice president, and members of the cabinet as they travel to implement the infrastructure law. 
  • For wise planning by local leaders who will be receiving the funding for their infrastructure projects. 

Sources: Axios, WhiteHouse.gov


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