BRADENTON, Fla. — Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority officials said Tuesday that the American Energy and Infrastructure Jobs Act creates funding uncertainties because it would eliminate federal fuel taxes now dedicated for transit agencies.

Under H.R. 7, a $260 billion five-year highway and transit funding bill sponsored by Rep. John Mica, R-Fla., public transit would receive a one-time appropriation with no funding after 2016, according to MARTA, whose board of directors passed a resolution opposing the measure.

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