WASHINGTON, DC – Washington Senators Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell have introduced that the state will obtain $100 million for infrastructure tasks.

The cash will come from Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Fairness (RAISE) grant funding from President Biden, a bipartisan infrastructure regulation signed in November 2021.

Washington state was awarded the second most grants of any state and obtained the fourth most whole funding.

The cash will go to the next tasks in Washington State:

Lummi Island Ferry Substitute and System Modernization Mission, Whatcom County – $25 million Poplar Approach Bridge Mission, Metropolis of Linwood – $25 million Bothell Approach Multimodal Enchancment Mission, Metropolis of Bothell – $19 millionPine Street / Burlington Northern Santa Fe Grade (BNSF) Separation Mission , Metropolis of Spokane Valley – $21.7 million Airport Street Multimodal and Regional Entry Enchancment Mission, Metropolis of Pullman – $5 millionYakima County Heritage Connectivity Trails Mission, Yakima County – $1 million Reconnecting I-90 Communities, Washington State Division of Transportation – $5 million.

In 2021, Washington State obtained greater than $50 million in RAISE funding.

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