A West Norfolk transport link is one of several which could be classed as a priority by county councillors.
The A10 West Winch housing access road is one of several projects which could be named an investment infrastructure priority which could help boost and unlock support for the project.
It is being considered by senior county councillors on December 6 at a meeting which will also decide which rural community projects are most important for help now European funding has ended.
These include helping market towns with business online and tourism, financially supporting walking and cycling, the development of greener energy sources, and improved bus services including a £700,000 scheme in Swaffham.
The meeting will also look at ways of helping many people who struggle to get access to digital technology or need help to use it.