United States at a glance

  • 6 Forward Pipelines
  • 1 Project Tracker
  • 1 Investment Program
  • Downloadable data
  • National coverage
  • All sectors covered

Country overview

The United States has transparent procurement processes, supported by highly liquid financial markets that encourage investment in infrastructure.

Governance structure

As in many other three-tier government structures, the majority of the USA's infrastructure is owned, delivered, and managed by state governments and local municipal governments, while the majority of tax revenue goes to the Federal Government. The USA operates under a common law system.

 

Key Metrics

Top Performing Metrics

This is defined by the metrics with the highest unweighted score out of 100. 

High income country average

Financial markets:
Stocks traded

Funding capacity:
Summary credit rating

Source: InfraCompass


Pipelines


2021 Five-Year Infrastructure Plan

This five-year infrastructure plan includes budget and allocation of funds to different projects across different state departments by the California Department of Finance.

Pipeline

Forward Pipeline

Country

United States

Sector

All

Update Frequency

5 years

Data Downloadable

Yes


Capital Improvements Plan

These are the City of Houston's five-year infrastructure spending plans, organised by sector. Plans are updated yearly.

Pipeline

Forward Pipeline

Country

United States

Sector

All

Update Frequency

Annual

Data Downloadable

Yes


Capital Projects

This interactive map of capital improvement projects in Austin is classified by sector and maintained by the municipal government. Projects on the map are current/beginning in the next six months.

Pipeline

Forward Pipeline

Country

United States

Sector

All

Update Frequency

Live

Data Downloadable

No


Dig Once Project Portal

The Michigan Infrastructure Council "Dig Once" Project Portal allows authorised public and private asset owners to document future construction locations/dates across transportation, water, utilities, and communications infrastructure. The portal alerts owners of overlapping projects and provides contact information.

Pipeline

Forward Pipeline

Country

United States

Sector

All

Update Frequency

Live

Data Downloadable

N/A


FY2022-2031 Capital Plan

This is the City of San Francisco's long-term infrastructure plan, which specifies projects and funding.

Pipeline

Forward Pipeline

Country

United States

Sector

All

Update Frequency

2 years

Data Downloadable

Yes


Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act

The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act lays out an investment of USD1.2 trillion in funding for broadband access, clean water, transport, and energy.

Pipeline

Investment Program

Country

United States

Sector

All

Update Frequency

Static

Data Downloadable

Yes


Project Tracker

This is a live tracker of all current and future projects of the Texas Department of Transportation.

Pipeline

Forward Pipeline

Country

United States

Sector

Transport

Update Frequency

Live

Data Downloadable

Yes


Projects

This live pipeline of active projects is maintained by the municipal authority San Francisco Public Works.

Pipeline

Project Tracker

Country

United States

Sector

All

Update Frequency

Live

Data Downloadable

Yes


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National Infrastructure Banks – The Connecticut Green Bank (CGB)

The Connecticut Green Bank (CGB) is a sub-national public sector fund with a mandate to support the state of Connecticut’s public policy on clean energy by attracting private capital to achieve cleaner, less expensive, and more reliable sources of energy while creating jobs and supporting local economic development. The CGB has delivered more than USD1 billion in capital to clean energy in the state through the provision of program financing and technical assistance to homeowners, commercial businesses, and local municipalities.  Learn more about the GI Hub National Infrastructure Banks tool here, and read more about the CGB here.