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We are delighted to announce the launch of our Infrastructure Bill Resource Hub which has been designed to provide in-depth resources, giving you access to everything you need to know about the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
The $1.2 trillion bill, introduced in 2021, was a historic step toward improving the nation’s infrastructure and is designed to improve America’s roads, bridges, and rails, provide access to clean drinking water and high-speed internet, tackle the climate crisis, invest in communities and much more. The law also aims to help strengthen supply chains, create jobs and grow the economy sustainably.
At Wejo, we understand how vital this legislation is for stakeholders across the public sector which is why we've built a dedicated resource to help support the sector with vital information about the opportunities available and how Wejo can support your grant bids.
Designed to educate and help you get to grips with what the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law includes and the opportunities it presents, this section serves as a learning tool for you to gain a comprehensive understanding of the law, in a easily digestible format. We have everything from guidebooks to videos and blogs catered to answer your questions, whether that be anything from “What does the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill cover?” to “What will the Infrastructure Bill do to advance Smart Cities or Electric Vehicle implementations?”
The Infrastructure Bill provides an excellent opportunity for funding across multiple areas of infrastructure. In this section, you’ll find blogs detailing how you can access funding opportunities and how to maximize and measure the impact of new initiatives.
With a focus on connected vehicle data, our Smart Mobility section has everything you need to know about how mobility data can supercharge your Infrastructure Law bids - from creating smarter cities and safer communities, to EV adoption and mobility innovation within universities.
This is an evolving resource, which we'll be adding to regularly. Notice something's missing, or would love more information on a certain area - let us know.