Topic: Infrastructure
The goal of this report is to detail what is needed for California's transportation system and how we can pay for it.
". . . assess the potential for P3 projects in California and the conditions under which the state is likely to attract investors. "
May 24, 2013
Not surprisingly, the collapse of a bridge along Interstate 5 in Washington state yesterday has revived the long-standing debate over whether Congress should spend more to repair the nation’s aging roads and bridges.
May 22, 2013
Weather, terrain, culture, beach sandal-to-hiking boot ratio -- there are plenty of things to distinguish the north state from Southern California. Add to that list where congressional delegations stand on Gov. Jerry Brown's divisive plan to construct a massive new water delivery system.
May 10, 2013
The state’s vast transportation system received a major infusion of cash, as the California Transportation Commission (CTC) allocated $878 million in funding to 114 projects that will support job growth, alleviate traffic delays and repair aging roads and bridges.
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