SAN FRANCISCO - Oregon Gov. Ted Kulongoski this week proposed billions of dollars in transportation spending to stimulate the economy and rebuild the state's transportation infrastructure.

The Jobs and Transportation Act of 2009 would raise $499 million a year in new revenue indefinitely for road projects, including $50 million that would be leveraged to raise $600 million to begin "freight bottleneck relief."

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