ROANOKE, Va. (WFXR) – Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA) made a stop in Roanoke on Tuesday to get a look at ways to improve infrastructure.

Warner visited the Wiley Drive Low Water Bridge – an area that often floods during heavy rainfall.

Warner was met with city officials to discuss ways of improving the city’s infrastructure. He says he is looking to use federal funds to boost infrastructure in the Star City by way of the bipartisan Infrastructure Bill.

Earlier in the day, Warner visited officials in Frederick County, Harrisonburg and Augusta County

He will be visiting Amherst and Bedford counties on Wednesday to look at infrastructure issues there.