Washington leaders hope to get piece of $2 trillion funding for infrastructure, climate efforts

Washington Secretary of Transportation Roger Millar said we should spend twice as much as we currently do on our transportation infrastructure statewide.

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden is expected to unveil a $2 trillion plan Wednesday afternoon to boost infrastructure, create more jobs and fight climate change.

Washington state leaders hope the plan will bring more funding to keep Washingtonians safer and move residents into a greener future.

“We should be investing almost $2 billion a year in preserving and maintaining our roads, our bridges, our ferry boats, our terminals, our Amtrak Cascade trains,” said Washington Secretary of Transportation Roger Millar. “We’re spending less

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