Will the National Infrastructure Bill Help Relieve Supply Chain Congestion? (.PDF Download)

Nov. 17, 2021
The bipartisan infrastructure deal could strengthen supply chains by investing almost $50 billion in ports and airports while also expanding existing programs that support freight investment across various modes.

As buyers across many different industry sectors continue to grapple with ongoing supply chain shortages, the Biden Administration is taking additional steps to help solve the problem and get the nation’s and the world’s supply chains back into more manageable shape. This month, the White House released a new report detailing the potential benefits of the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act on the world’s supply chains.

“Decades of neglect and underinvestment in our infrastructure have left the links in our goods movement supply chains struggling to keep up with the rapid and persistent increase in goods movement that the pandemic has generated,” the Biden Administration points out.

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