Next up from the Trump White House is the President’s promised $1 trillion infrastructure plan, expected to be a January release. But cities might not be getting as much as they think.

Trump made news over the holidays by halting the $13 billion Gateway tunnel financing to link New Jersey to Penn Station. It seems the White House didn’t like the proposed fty- fty split the Obama administration was o ering to build the mega-project.

The $1-trillion Trump infrastructure plan is expected to put up $200 billion in federal funds, and seek the other $800 Billion from states, cities and private sector partners. The approach was described earlier as a proposed 20-80 federal to local split, to ensure communities have skin in the game.

For another angle regarding what the plan might mean for cities, check out The Atlantic’s take on how “it might stretch local governments’ already-stretched budgets.”