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LOS ANGELES—Congress is nearing approval of a new transportation bill after years of indecision and short-term fixes. Last week, Congress voted to approve a $325 billion long-term transportation bill for projects over the next six years. The former long-term transportation bill expired 10 years ago, and has been delayed because Congress has not been able to identify the “ways and means” to fund the much-needed road and highway infrastructure improvements, according to Los Angeles-based IBISWorld. Since the previous expiration, the government body has passed a series of short-term bills to fund projects.


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