Report: Proposed Obama budget freeze could hit transportation

Despite the proposed three-year moratorium on increases in spending across 17% of the federal budget, the Department of Transportation could face near-term increases in infrastructure spending if a $154bn ‘jobs bill’ passes Congress. Longer-term decreases, though, might force a re-think of a major transportation spending bill before Congress and favour greater use of PPPs, transportation experts say.

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