Helping to Rebuild California

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Alliance For Jobs praises fast tracking of statewide road repairs

Caltrans is expediting more than $285 million in road repairs across California months before the revenue from SB 1 even starts to accrue this fall.

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Alliance For Jobs responds to the governor ending the drought state of emergency

California hasn’t addressed its water storage infrastructure for almost 50 years and the inaction is slowing our economy and threatening the safety of our communities.

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Alliance For Jobs reacts to passage of SB1

Statement from California Alliance for Job Executive Director Michael Quigley on passage of Senate Bill 1 (The Road Rehabilitation and Accountability Act of 2017)

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Fixing California's
Water Infrastructure

Oroville Dam, the last major state or federal surface storage project in Northern California, was completed in 1968. At the time, there were 18 million Californians. Today, there are 38 million people living in the Golden State, but no additional surface water storage has been completed.

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Local Transportation
Funding Measures

As the road maintenance and infrastructure funding gap widens with inaction from the state and federal governments, the California Alliance for Jobs is working to protect one of the most important and reliable sources of capital: self-help local measures that allow California counties to take matters into their own hands.

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California Needs
New Transportation
Infrastructure

California's extensive system of roads, highways, bridges, and public transit is the backbone of our state's economy. Unfortunately, California is currently facing a transportation-funding crisis. Available revenue for transportation projects is just half of what it was five years ago and the state underfunds much needed projects by about $11 billion each year.

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Together, we can rebuild California...