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Chao Hints Document Will Flesh Out Infrastructure Plan

Chao Hints Document Will Flesh Out Infrastructure Plan

Secretary Tells AASHTO of Additional Details to Come

Transport Topics
Eleanor Lamb | Staff Reporter
February 28, 2018 6:00 PM, EST

— Transportation leaders should look forward to a document coming out in the next few days that will provide additional details about President Donald Trump’s infrastructure plan, according to Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao.

Chao delivered keynote remarks at the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials’ legislative meeting in Washington Feb. 28. She said the publication, called the “President’s Initiative for Rebuilding Infrastructure in America,” was supposed to be released Feb. 28.

“This is the work of a lot of really wonderful people at the department, and it provides fuller picture behind the reasoning of the president’s infrastructure plan and the goals as well,” Chao said... FULL ARTICLE

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