A bipartisan infrastructure bill is written and about 2,700 pages long. Senators are reading the text of the bill so amendments can be debated in the coming days. The U.S. Department of Transportation stands to gain the most in the $550 billion package of additional spending. It would get nearly half the funds, at $274 billion to repair and expand roads and bridges and help for rail. It also includes money to improve the electric grid and expand broadband. It does so without raising taxes. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said the body would be ready to vote on the bill in a matter of days.