Find out more about IIJA

Want to learn more about the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA)? We’ve compiled resources to help you better understand it.

The White House

The White House provides information and resources on IIJA including press briefings, updates, guidebooks, playbooks, and maps and dashboards. Select the links below to learn more.

California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA) IIJA implementation website

CalSTA’s mission is to develop and coordinate the policies and programs of the state’s transportation entities to achieve the state’s mobility, safety and air quality objectives from its transportation system. CalSTA’s IIJA Implementation website offers resources and materials related to their effort to implement the IIJA with California transportation stakeholders.

IIJA implementation

National Governors Association IIJA implementation resources

The National Governors Association (NGA) is the voice of the leaders of 55 states, territories, and commonwealths. As Governors lead on implementing IIJA, the NGA will provide timely and actionable resources, create opportunities for Governors and their staff to convene and collaborate, and maintain relationships with stakeholders.

National Governors Association IIJA implementation resources


California is expected to receive $5.49 billion for FHWA formula programs by IIJA for Federal Fiscal Year 2022. The Formula Funding Summary shared below, developed by the IIJA Implementation Sub-Working Group, provides the overall funding split between State and Locals across all formula programs.

Additionally, Caltrans’ Federal Liaison coordinates with internal and external stakeholders to develop federal policy positions that promote California’s goals and initiatives with the U.S. Congress and federal agencies. Learn more at the Caltrans' Federal Liaison website below.

Caltrans 2022 IIJA policy narrative

Formula funding summary

Caltrans’ federal liaison website

National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Program

The U.S. Joint Office of Energy and Transportation's signoff on the California Deployment Plan for the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Program makes an initial $56 million in funding available to install charging stations throughout the state. Funded by the federal Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act of 2021 (IIJA), California expects to receive a total of $384 million for the program over the next five years.

California NEVI deployment plan