Infrastructure


President Joe Biden speaks at an event on lowering the cost of high-speed internet in the Rose Garden of the White House, Monday, May 9, 2022, in Washington. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)
1.5 Million Wisconsinites Eligible for Free or Low-Cost Internet Under New Biden Program

At least 20 internet service providers to offer high-speed plans for no more than $30 a month under a deal forged by the new infrastructure law.

Biden at Blatnik Bridge
Biden Makes Superior a Centerpiece of His State of the Union Follow-Up Message

Visits the Blatnik Bridge, a prime example of aging infrastructure likely to have repairs accelerated from a bipartisan deal reached with Congress.

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Biden Headed to Superior to Promote Infrastructure Deal

The president has been making the rounds promoting the bill passed last year.

Vice President Kamala Harris speaks in Milwaukee about the Biden administration's lead pipe and paint remediation efforts. (Screenshot via C-SPAN)
‘Moral Imperative’: Harris Talks Lead Remediation in Milwaukee

The bipartisan infrastructure deal is expected to make a substantial impact in efforts to replace Wisconsin's 176,000 lead water lines.

This old part of a water main is among many being replaced in Eau Claire as part of an effort to get rid of water lines containing lead. (Photo by Julian Emerson)
Wisconsin Has 176,000 Lead Pipes. The Infrastructure Bill Will Help Take Them Out.

The bipartisan infrastructure legislation that Biden recently signed includes $15 billion to replace lead pipes across the country.

Bridge rebuilding in Ashland County
Biden’s Infrastructure Bill Passed. Here’s What it Means for Wisconsin.

Measure expected to provide around $5.5 billion in transportation projects to Wisconsin and a variety of other job-creating improvements.

The Sheboygan wastewater treatment plant is seen in this May 2018 photo posted on the city's Facebook page.
Sheboygan’s Nearly Century-Old Sewer to Get Big Overhaul With American Rescue Plan Funds

Cities across Wisconsin using pandemic relief in many ways. This one will prevent a big sewer bill hike and reduce the need to raise water bills.