Bush to appoint new FHWA head?

News Roads & Bridges June 26, 2001
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There is speculation that President George W. Bush is about to select Mary Peters as the new head of the Federal Highway Administration, according to a report from the American Traffic Safety Services Association.

As administrator of the largest agency within the U.S. Department of Transportation, Peters would preside over a budget of $30 billion. She is a 15-year veteran of the Arizona Department of Transportation, an agency that she currently heads.

The White House press office declined to confirm the appointment.

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