President Joe Biden will swing through Boston in mid-September, the White House announced Tuesday.
The trip on Monday, Sept. 12, will let Biden "discuss the unprecedented investments in his Bipartisan Infrastructure Law that are building a better America," according to an announcement. It didn't say where in Boston Biden would be or who he'd be traveling with.
The $1 trillion infrastructure bill, signed in November, will send Massachusetts $4.2 billion for road repairs, $2.5 billion for public transportation, $1 billion to repair more than 470 unsafe bridges and $1 billion to remove lead pipes.
Shortly after the bill was signed, Biden visited New Hampshire to tout the bipartisan deal. He walked across the the Pemigewasset River Bridge in Woodstock amid light snow and discussed how the infrastructure deal will help upgrade roads, bridges and other critical parts of the nation.
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"This isn't some gigantic bill -- it is, but it's about what happens to ordinary people," Biden said, addressing things like "how do I cross a bridge in a snowstorm?"