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BMO Financial Group announced that it has completed the acquisition of General Electric Capital Corp.'s transportation finance business, which will be managed by its Chicago-based subsidiary BMO Harris Bank N.A.
Perhaps there's some consolation to be taken in the fact that the short-term extensions keep getting shorter. But it looks like once again, Congress will have to kick the can down the road just a little bit farther, since it doesn't appear to have enough time to act on a long-term highway funding bill by Dec. 4. Here's what's ahead for trucking this week on Capitol Hill.
The final version of a highway bill that would set in motion reforms to a controversial safety performance scoring program for motor carriers, as well as back infrastructure projects nationwide for several years, likely will be unveiled Dec. 1, a senior House transportation panel aide told Transport Topics.