Work is about to start in earnest on a multiyear transportation plan as leading lawmakers have introduced a package of bills that would help fund roads, bridges, public transit, aviation and rail service.
Republican state Sen. Carolyn McGinn, who co-chaired the transportation task force last year, said lawmakers are already talking about a new transportation plan, and she expects action to pick up quickly after the short turnaround break.
"We're going to get started on it," McGinn said. "We're having discussions about it right now. I'm in some conversations about how we're going to move . . .
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