Democrats serving on the Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee will be Sens. Max Baucus of Montana, who was named chairman; Thomas Carper of Delaware; Frank Lautenberg of New Jersey; Benjamin Cardin of Maryland; Bernard Sanders of Vermont; Tom Udall of New Mexico; and Kirsten Gillibrand of New York.
Republicans serving on the subcommittee will be Sens. John Barrasso of Wyoming, who was named ranking member; James Inhofe of Oklahoma; Jeff Sessions of Alabama; Mike Crapo of Idaho; Roger Wicker of Mississippi; and Deb Fischer of Nebraska.
Boxer chairs the Environment and Public Works Committee and Vitter is its ranking member.
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