["The Bush administration proposed easing environmental reviews for transportation projects and more than doubling federal money for safety programs. The proposals are part of a $247-billion, six-year spending plan for highways and public transit to succeed the current program that expires in October....The department proposal requires congressional approval. Money for states to make roads safer would increase to about $8.66 billion over six years from about $3.97 billion." Los Angeles Times (May 15, 2003) 1.]
Press release. 2 p.
SAFTEA: Bill, Analysis and Funding. Various pagings.