Source: The White House
As we begin a new year, we have an opportunity to continue working together to highlight the impact President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) will have on Americans and the work of municipal leaders to improve your communities. As municipal officials, you can lead social media amplification and local earned media events highlighting key parts of the BIL.
Below are the weekly themes based on notable components of BIL that we’ve identified for the month of January to coordinate this effort. Click the button below for the template toolkit that you may consider using and rebranding to support by taking action and being a part of this national effort.
Please share your efforts with The League.
- January 14th Kick-Off – Fixing and Rebuilding Bridges
- Week of January 17th – Fixing and Rebuilding Bridges (continued)
- Week of January 24th – Improving Travel Safety – Public Transit and Rail
- Week of January 31st – Strengthening Ports & Expanding EV Infrastructure
Building A Better America is at the heart of the President’s infrastructure agenda. This toolkit includes useful branding, messaging, and a style guide to assist YOUR efforts to amplify specific components of President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law through earned media, digital media, and in-person public events underscoring the historic investments that the American Rescue Plan Act (ARP) and President Biden’s Infrastructure Law (BIL) will continue to bring to the American people. We want to engage all of you early on, but will also keep you apprised of major funding announcements in the coming weeks, months, and even years.
White House and Federal Agency Resources
- President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Advances Economic and Public Health Opportunities for Tribal Communities
U.S. Department of Transportation
- USDOT Releases State by State Fact Sheets Highlighting Benefits of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law
- FHWA’s Longterm Bridge Performance (LTBP) Program Portal
- FHWA press release (see below for draft, final will be released on January 14)
- FHWA map of bridges in poor repair and funding by state (to be released day of)
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency