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FY2013 vs 2014 budget agreement for transportation funding

Featured graphic: Comparing the House/Senate 2014 proposed budget agreement to 2013.

Just months after budget sequestration and a government shutdown put transportation funding at risk, House leaders have agreed to a budget deal that would provide stable or increased funding for key programs that you’ve helped us defend over the last few years. Here’s a look at the good news for transportation in the proposal (final numbers may be different) compared to FY2013 figures post-sequestration. January 2014

2014 Budget Deal

 

 

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