Here’s what Arizona would be allocated under infrastructure plan

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BY DANNY SHAPIRO | KTAR

PHOENIX — In a vital step forward Tuesday, the Senate approved a $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure plan that will allocate plenty of money to Arizona.

The plan will provide funds to rebuild roads and bridges, and also to shore up coastlines against climate change, protect public utility systems from cyberattacks and modernize the electric grid.

Public transit, airports and freight rail will also get boosts under the plan, which now moves to the House.

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