The White House passed a $2 trillion infrastructure plan that would set aside $650 billion for roads, bridges, railways and ports as the administration signals its interest in focusing on updating and expanding transportation systems. This new federal goal comes as Utah is already awash in federal, one-time COVID-19 relief funds and as the state sets aside a record amount for state transportation in this year’s legislative session. These extra funds are part of the over $1 billion influx into state projects such as a new rapid transit bus line and the Utah Transit Authority’s plan to double-track and electrify the Frontrunner. Want to learn more? Click here to listen to the full forum!