On Monday, the Trump Administration released its proposed fiscal 2021 budget.  Included in the proposal is $1 trillion set aside for infrastructure, over the next decade, offset by savings in mandatory spending.  That's $190 billion from 2021 to 2030 to "support major investment in infrastructure" plus a 10-year, $810 billion reauthorization of the surface transportation programs.  

This would replace a five-year transportation bill, known as the FAST Act, set to expire later this year.  Like many other past Presidential budget proposals, this infrastructure plan is likely to be abandoned altogether when it comes time for the Congressional appropriations process later this year.  As such, the White House has continued to maintain its support for the Senate’s surface transportation bill that rolled out last year (S. 2302).