Mary Peters, a former director of the US Federal Highway Administration, yesterday was nominated as the next US Transportation Secretary by President George Bush. "She brings a lifetime of experience on transportation issues from both the private and the public sectors," Bush said of Peters at a White House ceremony, adding that her focus will be on developing a "state-of-the-art" transportation system to meet modern needs. If confirmed by the Senate, Peters will replace the retired Norman ...

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