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April 27, 2018

By PATRICK MCGREEVY and LAURA J. NELSON - State officials announced Thursday that $2.4 billion from increases in the gas tax and vehicle fees will be spent on dozens of transit projects, including work to prepare Southern California for the 2028 Summer Olympics.

The ann...

By Michael Cabanatuan - Some of the Bay Area’s biggest transportation projects — BART to downtown San Jose, express lanes on the Peninsula and the widening of the Novato Narrows on Highway 101, and a new train-control system for BART — scored big in competition for sta...

Our roads are in disrepair. Last year, California did something about it. Construction is now underway, fixing our crumbling infrastructure. But partisan politicians want this progress to stop! This initiative will repeal the Road Repair and Accountability Act and will...

Partisan ballot measure would repeal historic transportation funding package (Senate Bill 1) and jeopardize thousands of road safety, congestion relief, public transit and other transportation projects already underway throughout California.

Sacramento – Leaders of the...

April 22, 2018

Steven Hernandez, Greg Pettis and Dana Reed - Should a handful of California politicians be able to stop local progress?When Go. Jerry Brown closed the funding gap for road and highway safety improvements, Coachella Valley cities benefited. Here are some examples:

Coach...

April 18, 2018

Editorial Board - Last year, legislators and Gov. Jerry Brown agreed to increase taxes on gasoline and diesel fuel, and to impose new and bigger fees on vehicles, to help build and maintain the state's transportation infrastructure. To win support from tax-wary Republi...

For Immediate Release - In February, the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) published an eye-opening study that detailed the economic benefits of SB 1 on the state of California.
 
The “economic ripple” created by SB 1 will generate nearly $183...

April 12, 2018

BY TONY BIZJAK - On a rainy morning two years ago, a Federal Express truck slid across three lanes of Interstate 5, vaulted the center divider and smashed a pickup truck, killing an Elk Grove man.

The crash set off alarm bells at Caltrans.Tests showed some portions of I...

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