Rep. Shuster: Obama Budget Missing Transportation Funding Source

House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Rep. Bill Shuster (R-Pa.) said Wednesday that President Obama did not include a funding source for transportation projects in his proposed budget.

Obama's proposal calls for spending $50 billion on immediate road projects and $40 billion on long-distance rail development as part of his recommendations for spending $1.058 trillion in 2014.

Shuster said the president left out a way to pay for his transportation recommendations.

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