Transportation: Compromise Spending Package Goes to Bush

Sanchez, Humberto
December 2001
Bond Buyer;12/5/2001, Vol. 338 Issue 31278, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on a compromise spending bill worth $59.6 billion for highways, mass transit and airport infrastructure projects in fiscal year 2002 in the U.S. Increase in funding for transportation sector; Number of airports eligible for the funding.


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