A transportation bill agreed on Tuesday by Congress lays to rest for five years the question of how to pay for transportation.
A transportation bill agreed on Tuesday by Congress lays to rest for five years the question of how to pay for transportation. File photo by Danny Johnston The Associated Press
A transportation bill agreed on Tuesday by Congress lays to rest for five years the question of how to pay for transportation. File photo by Danny Johnston The Associated Press

After weeks of negotiations, Congress finalizes a five-year transportation bill

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