“At the signing ceremony, the President will highlight how he is following through on his commitment to rebuild the middle class and the historic benefits the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal will deliver for American families,” according to a news release from the White House.
Biden will also host “representatives of the incredibly diverse coalition that pushed for the bill across the country” during Monday’s ceremony, the White House said.
The legislation, which includes major investments for communities across the country, was passed by the Senate in August before it stalled in the House of Representatives as Democrats in the chamber worked to negotiate a deal on a sweeping economic and climate package. Many Democrats had tied that separate, major pillar of Biden’s agenda to the fate of the infrastructure bill but it ultimately did not prevent passage of the infrastructure legislation.
The bill’s passage marks a major bipartisan win for Biden and represents the largest single infrastructure investment in American history.
“By investing in our roads, bridges, ports and so much else, this will make it easier for companies to get goods to market more quickly,” he said.
This story has been updated with additional details.