President Biden released an op-ed this week touting the current rendering of the Infrastructure Deal with GOP senators. The $1.2 trillion bipartisan deal would see $110 billion invested in the nation’s roads and bridges, $65 billion in broadband, $4 billion in public transit, $25 billion in airports and $16.3 billion in ports, $55.2 billion in water infrastructure, $15 billion for electric vehicle infrastructure and buses, and $73 billion in grid investments, among various other provisions. 

The proposed plan still has several uphill battles to climb as lawmakers on both sides continue to be wary and progressives demand a more stringent green-energy overhaul.