Below is a summary of proposed expenditures under the $2 trillion-plus #AmericanJobsPlan that Democrats will try to pass through a nearly evenly split Congress in the coming months, which Biden says is the 1st in his 2-part economic plan.
Biden's plan includes $621 billion for transportation infrastructure and resilience projects, including $115 billion to modernize bridges, highways and roads.

This also includes funding to improve #AirQuality, limit greenhouse gas #Emissions, and reduce congestion.
$100 billion is meant to build high-speed #Broadband infrastructure to reach 100% coverage.
$213 billion is allocated to produce, preserve, and retrofit more than 2 million affordable and sustainable #Housing developments.

This includes the creation of a $27 billion Clean Energy and Sustainability Accelerator to spur private investment into the #Energy sector.
The plan includes $12 billion for community college infrastructure. States will be responsible for using the dollars to address both existing physical and technological infrastructure needs.
$18 billion has been set aside for the modernization of #VeteransAffairs hospitals and clinics.
A larger chunk of the plan includes $400 billion for expanding access to affordable home- or community-based care for the aging population and people with disabilities.
$100 billion is set aside for programs targeted at underserved groups and getting students on paths to careers, including $5 billion in support of community violence prevention programs and $48 billion in workforce development infrastructure and worker protection.
$111 billion would be used to replace 100% of the nation’s lead pipes and service lines to ensure clean, safe drinking water.
A hefty $300 billion would be used to strengthen manufacturing #SupplyChains, including $50 billion for a new office at @CommerceGov to monitor domestic industrial capacity, $46 billion to jumpstart #CleanEnergy manufacturing, and $52 billion for domestic manufacturers.
$180 billion would go towards investments in R&D and future technologies, including $35 billion to address the #ClimateCrisis, $15 billion in trial projects for #Climate research priorities, and $15 billion to create 200 “centers of excellence” at historically black colleges.
$10 billion would be used in the modernization, sustainability, and resilience of federal buildings.
$25 billion has been set aside to help upgrade child care facilities and increase the supply of child care in areas that need it most.
Another $100 billion would be used to upgrade and build new public schools, through $50 billion in direct grants and an additional $50 billion leveraged through bonds.
$111 billion would be used to form a more resilient grid that goes toward “achieving 100% carbon-free electricity by 2035.”

This includes a $10 billion investment in mobilizing conservation and resilience workers and the creation of a new Civilian Climate Corps.
Some programs and investments outlined in the plan didn’t include a price tag:
Economists say the plan amounts to a massive federal power grab—potentially the largest in decades—while criticizing the Biden administration’s broad definition of #Infrastructure.

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