WASHINGTON - The Clinton Administration yesterday proposed revamping federal transportation aid by creating state infrastructure banks and consolidating 30 grants into one worth more than $11 billion annually.

But in its sweeping plan to restructure a number of federal agencies, the administration declined to propose selling off five federal electric power agencies. White House officials are, however, still proposing drastic changes in the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

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