WASHINGTON -- The House overwhelmingly approved legislation last week that would provide $38.3 billion for transportation projects in fiscal 1995, including $19.8 billion for highways and $4.7 billion for mass transit projects.

The amount included for highways in the fiscal year that begins on Oct. 1 is $162 million below currrent-year levels, but the funding included for transit projects next year is $141 million over 1994 levels.

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