ANALYSIS-Clock ticking on US transportation bill


(This report is part of a Reuters series on infrastructure) By Lisa Lambert WASHINGTON, April 27 (Reuters) - Legislators and the U.S. transportation industry are up against a Sept. 30 deadline to pass a massive funding law for the country's roads, bridges and public transit. If they fail, the result would be a sharp cut in money available for transportation infrastructure projects. "I am hopeful," Pete Nonis, congressional relations manager for the American Automobile Association ...

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