United States President Joe Biden's infrastructure plan on Wednesday received bipartisan support in the Senate, which voted in favor of the initiative after weeks of tug of war between Democrats and Republicans.

The result shows the will of the two parties to approve one of Biden's key agenda items, which seeks to invest approximately $1 trillion over eight years in the reconstruction of bridges, railroads, ports and airports in the country, among other things.

"This deal signals to the world that our democracy can function, deliver, and do big things," Biden said after the vote.