Transportation stakeholders are divided this week on a renewed push by President Obama for Congress to provide $50 billion of funding and the release of a report by the Treasury Department and Council of Economic Advisers that stresses the economic risk of not spending more on infrastructure.

Obama on Monday called on lawmakers to work with the White House on a plan to front-load a multi-year transportation bill with $50 billion of road, rail, and aviation spending.

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