Lawmakers will go back to the drawing board for a multi-year transportation bill when Republicans take over leadership of the House in January, but market participants think such a bill may have a chance of squeezing through a divided Congress next year.

The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee will see a huge change, following the defeat of its current chairman James Oberstar, D-Minn., in his bid for re-election to a nineteenth term in Congress.

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