President Biden has signed the bipartisan infrastructure package into law.

The Senate approved the bill in August and the House of Representatives finally passed it on Nov. 5. Biden officially enacted it on Nov. 15. The law unlocks approximately $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill to upgrade the nation’s roads, bridges, pipes, ports, broadband and other public works.

The infrastructure package contains $550 billion in entirely new investments, including money for electric-car charging stations and zero-emission school buses. The spending is mostly paid for — without raising taxes. The bulk of the funding comes from repurposing unspent coronavirus relief money and tightening enforcement on reporting gains from cryptocurrency investments. The bill would add about $256 billion to the deficit, according to the Congressional Budget Office.

The plan garnered significant support from Democrats and Republicans.

Here is a rundown of what is in the 2,700 pages of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.