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Major Infrastructure Projects

The following classifications of projects are contained within the Federal Infrastructure Permitting Dashboard:

The following classifications of projects are contained within the Federal Infrastructure Permitting Dashboard:

  • Projects Identified as Covered Projects under Title 41 of the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act
  • Department of Transportation (DOT) projects subject to Titles I, IX, and XI of the FAST Act
  • Major infrastructure projects as defined in Section 3(e) of Executive Order 13807
  • Legacy projects, which are the infrastructure projects that were part of the original MAX.gov Permitting Dashboard

It is important to note that a project’s inclusion on the Permitting Dashboard does not imply Federal endorsement of or support for the project or create a presumption that a covered project will be approved, favorably reviewed by any agency, or receive Federal funding. The inclusion of a project on the Permitting Dashboard may be reconsidered based on updated information related to, for example, a change in the scope of the Federal environmental review and authorization processes that apply to the project proposal.

The full project data set is now available in the new Permitting Dashboard Data Portal to download project and timeline information.

View a pre-filtered report created from the full project data set containing project level information only.

View Permitting Dashboard Public Glossary