MARYLAND (WDVM) — The trillion-dollar federal infrastructure plan passed over the weekend and the state of Maryland is set to receive billions of dollars in federal funding for projects statewide.

Gov. Larry Hogan (R-Md.) laid out what some of those funds will go toward:

  • $4.5 billion for roads, bridges, and highways
  • $1.7 billion for public transportation initiatives
  • $844 million for water and sewer infrastructure
  • $158 million for Maryland’s airports

The state is also set to receive more federal funds for other infrastructure and public safety efforts, like broadband expansion and wildfire prevention.