FFY 2023 - 2026 Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) Program Solicitation

The FFY 2023 - 2026 BIL solicitation will include materials for the Surface Transportation Program (STP) (Urban, Rural and Local), Local Bridge, and Congestion Mitigation & Air Quality (CMAQ) Improvement Programs. Please note, the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) is not includ​ed in this so​licitation; a separate BIL solicitation for TAP is anticipated later this summer.

All Applications for the FFY 2023 - 2026 BIL Solicitation are due by 5:00 PM on Friday, June 3, 2022.

Instructional Webinars

Solicitation TimelineProgram Application Materials

2023-2026 STP-Urban

STP-Urban roadways are functionally classified as urban principal arterials, urban minor arterials and urban collectors.

2023-2026 STP-Rural

STP-Rural roadways are functionally classified as rural principal arterials, rural minor arterials and rural major collectors.

2023-2026 STP-Local

STP-Local roadways are functionally classified as rural minor collectors, rural local roads and urban local roads that are located in urban areas with populations under 50,000.

A map application to assist with identifying eligible roads for the STP-Local program is available​.​ 

2023-2026 Local Bridge Improvement Assistance Program

The Local Bridge Improvement Assistance Program helps rehabilitate and replace, on a cost-shared basis, the most seriously deficient existing local bridges on Wisconsin's local highway systems.

2023-2026 Congestion Mitigation & Air Quality (CMAQ) Improvement Program

CMAQ encourages transportation projects that improve air quality. It includes efforts to enhance public transit, bicycle/pedestrian facilities, ridesharing programs and facilities, and technologies that improve traffic flow and vehicle emissions.

IMPORTANT: CMAQ project location eligibility is limited to the following counties: Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha, Waukesha, Washington, Ozaukee, Walworth, Sheboygan, Kewaunee, Manitowoc and Door.

FFY 2023 - 2026 STP-Tribal

WisDOT is consulting with leadership of the 11 Wisconsin Tribal Governments to determine the best way to deliver the STP-Tribal program. Please monitor this page for future updates.


As WisDOT actively prepares the release of new information, please send your questions to dotlocalprograms@dot.wi.gov. Additional program contact information can be found on the application instructions.