Port Infrastructure Development Program
The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) will establish the Port Infrastructure Development Program to fund projects that improve port resiliency to address sea-level rise, flooding, extreme weather events, earthquakes, and tsunami inundation, as well as projects that reduce or eliminate port-related criteria pollutant or greenhouse gas emissions. Funded projects may include:
- Port electrification or electrification master planning;
- Development of port or terminal micro-grids;
- Worker training to support electrification technology; and,
- Electric vehicle charging or hydrogen fueling infrastructure.
Funding is authorized through fiscal year 2026.
(Reference Public Law 117-58)