Senators have been wrapping up work on the $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill they have been working on for the past month with a final vote being expected this week. 

Senators from both parties have proposed two dozen amendments as they finalize one of President Biden’s biggest agenda items. None of them would substantially change the framework of the bill designed to fund roads, bridges, water, broadband, and more. The package is set to contain $550 billion in new spending, according to the Associated Press.

“We can bring this bill to a close very shortly,” said Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer.

Republicans also seemed to be in agreement that things would wrap up soon, with plans for everything to be done this week.

“I don’t think anyone is looking to extend this out any longer than necessary,” said Sen. John Cronyn, R-Texas 

Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, told The Hill there is a “slight possibility” the Senate could finish the bill as soon as Thursday night, while Sen. Shelby Moore Capito, R-W. Va. said it was “more reasonable” to think the vote on the bipartisan bill would happen Saturday, but there would be a push to complete it on Thursday.

After the bipartisan bill is finally passed the Senate can begin debating the $3.5 trillion reconciliation package set to include several ambitious items such as expanding Medicare, funding healthcare, childcare, universal pre-K, community college, and combating climate change. Schumer has been adamant about passing both bills.