Following the failure of a major transportation ballot measure last November, a Washington lawmaker said Tuesday that she has introduced two bills to restructure regional transportation organizations in the state.

Voters in three Seattle-area counties rejected a measure that would have raised taxes for transit and highway projects in the region, funding the transit programs through the existing Sound Transit agency and the highway programs through a newly created Regional Transportation Investment District.

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