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October 25, 2017

BY JOSEPH LUIZ  -  Local drivers may soon start noticing smoother rides on Kern County roads. Gov. Jerry's Brown's controversial road tax, SB 1, is about to provide transportation funding that some might regard as nothing less than miraculous.

Caltrans will be...

October 23, 2017

Chronicle Editorial Board - Seven Republicans in California’s congressional delegation, representing districts Hillary Clinton carried last fall, will enter next year’s midterm elections with political targets on their backs. Whether Republicans will even compete in th...

By HASAN IKHRATA - There is no tomorrow when it comes to fixing our roads, highways and bridges, which is why a misguided effort to repeal Senate Bill 1 — a historic measure to invest more than $5 billion a year in transportation improvements across the state — must it...

October 17, 2017

By Brian P. Kelly - A funny thing happened in the days immediately following the Legislature’s passage of Senate Bill 1, The Road Repair and Accountability Act.

Four other states passed funding plans dedicated to improving transportation. Those states were Indiana, Mont...

October 11, 2017

By Mark Sounders: SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - San Diego County approved a $42 million road resurfacing package Wednesday, with work on road surfaces set to begin next year.

A six-page document of roadways in the county's unincorporated areas was unanimously approved by the Board...

October 11, 2017

COMMENTARY by CATHERINE BLAKESPEAR - San Diego County’s roads need help. There’s already a solution on the table. Let’s come together to support Senate Bill 1 and reject all efforts to go backward on transportation funding.

There are those who want to repeal this import...

October 10, 2017

by Sam Richards: WALNUT CREEK — The city expects to land approximately $1.6 million for road repair projects over the next two years as a result of Gov. Jerry Brown signing Senate Bill 1 into law in April, and the City Council has approved a list of projects that money...

October 4, 2017

by Patrick McGreevy - The first poll on a proposed ballot measure indicates 53.9% of California residents oppose repealing a new gas tax and vehicle fee hike.

The poll of 1,000 people via phone interviews and email polling indicates the gas tax has a good chance of surv...

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