WASHINGTON — House Transportation Committee leaders yesterday released a voluminous blueprint for a soon-to-be-introduced bill that would create a national infrastructure bank to help states, localities and private parties finance transportation projects.

The bank would be financed through the Treasury Department, although no decision has been made about how to raise revenue to fund it, committee staff said. However, it would be required to repay the Treasury using principal and interest collected from the borrowers, according to the 85-page blueprint.

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