WASHINGTON — Key lawmakers in the Senate yesterday introduced transportation legislation that would move the country away from driving as a primary mode of moving both people and goods, improve the quality of highway and bridge infrastructure, and provide the transportation secretary with significant new oversight and planning duties.

The bill, called the Federal Surface Transportation Policy and Planning Act, also would aim to reduce surface transportation-generated emissions by 40% by 2030.

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