WASHINGTON, July 29 (Reuters) - The U.S. government should begin weaning itself from gasoline taxes and unwind other programs to make way for more state involvement and private investment in road construction and transit, the Bush administration proposed on Tuesday. The plan unveiled by Transportation Secretary Mary Peters would streamline bureaucracy and make federal requirements more flexible to accelerate the time it takes to design, build or improve highways, bridges, rail and other ...
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