The construction of the U, as the Capitol has come to be known, has been a contentious issue for many years.
But the Trump administration is on track to finally put construction on track in 2021, even though there are still many questions surrounding the site and the timeline.
The first signs of construction began in the summer of 2018.
Construction began in late June of that year, and construction has since continued at an estimated pace of more than one-third a year.
What will be the construction cost?
A project that spans the country from the Carolinas to Texas, the Capitol is expected to cost between $2.3 billion and $3 billion, according to The Washington Post.
What is the timeline for construction?
The construction is expected begin sometime in 2021 and will take about two years, according the Post.
Construction will be completed sometime in 2022.
Will construction affect traffic?
No, according To the Post, the project will not affect traffic on Capitol Hill, which has a population of about 1.5 million.
The project is designed to ease congestion in the Capitol Hill corridor.
How much will it cost?
The cost is expected at least $3.2 billion.
Will the project affect the health of the Capitol?
The project will allow the Capitol to serve as a health-care hub for the nation.
How will construction affect the Capitol’s budget?
The capital project will be financed with $4 billion in federal funding.
What does that mean for the economy?
It means that the Capitol project could boost the U’s economy, the Washington Post reports.
How does the project compare to other U.s.
The U.N. General Assembly passed a resolution in November 2017 to approve $1.8 billion for the Capitol.
The U also voted in September 2017 to allocate another $500 million in federal funds to the project.