House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chair Shuster and Carnegie Mellon professor Rajkumar showcase driverless car in Washington

U.S. House approves highway bill that revives EXIM bank

House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chair Shuster and Carnegie Mellon professor Rajkumar showcase driverless car in WashingtonBy David Morgan WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. House on Thursday passed a five-year transportation bill that would fund America’s roads, bridges and mass-transit systems and also revive the charter of the U.S. Export-Import Bank, which had been allowed to expire in the face of conservative opposition. In a show of Congressional bipartisanship, the House of Representatives voted 359 to 65 to send the $305 billion legislation to the Senate. It is widely expected to be approved and forwarded to the White House for President Barack Obama’s signature before a temporary funding measure expires on Friday.

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