WASHINGTON — Congress is unlikely to authorize the creation of a national infrastructure bank before next summer, despite its potential to spur more private investment in transportation, water, and energy projects, transportation stakeholders from the public and private sectors said yesterday.

Speakers at an event sponsored by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce said that, even after multiple attempts by members of Congress and the Obama administration to create a national infrastructure bank, it has yet to move beyond the theoretical.

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