DALLAS — For states planning cash flows over the next two years, passage of the federal Highway Bill creates a positive scenario for grant anticipation revenue vehicles, according to rating analysts.

"Despite federal budget pressures, the funding levels through federal fiscal 2014 will maintain programs at a level sufficient to preserve the credit quality of the sector," Standard & Poor's analysts Peter V Murphy and Todd R. Spence wrote in this week's report.

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