Anthony Foxx, President Barack Obama's nominee for transportation secretary, said he will "work with Congress to figure out how to fund U.S. transportation needs." He plans to work with stakeholders in and out of government "to squarely address how we can build a consensus" to pay for future projects. Making the country's transportation system the "safest in the world" and enhancing its performance and efficiency, will be among Foxx's priorities should he become DOT secretary, he said.

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