- State Government
- Education and Workforce Development
Reserved for Energy
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Section 13007 (Workforce Development, Training, and Education) gives states the flexibility to fund surface transportation workforce development activities, subject to approval by DOT. States can use unlimited funds from four large federal-aid highway programs: National Highway
Performance Program, Surface Transportation Block Grant Program, Highway Safety Improvement Program, and Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Program. The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law dramatically expands the amount of potential funding for workforce development. Furthermore, the law expands the number and type of project eligibilities.
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Local/regional transportation staff and workforce development professionals should engage with their state department of transportation to advance projects that may be eligible for the program.
Additional information is available from the FHWA Division Office in your state, or from the FHWA Center for Transportation Workforce Development. FHWA has also published a Toolkit on Strategic Workforce Development.