These are just a few key aspects of the 1,300-page legislation, which also includes major reforms to the passenger rail system, reauthorization of the Export-Important Bank and a slew of other policies. The legislation isn’t perfect and could go a little farther toward refocusing our national infrastructure paradigm and providing permanent funding solutions. But for once in this highly polarized political climate, Congress didn’t let perfectionism be the enemy of a good bill. And for that we have much to be happy about.