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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It's a 'miracle': Caltrans to launch $270 million in local road projects with new state funding

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.

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Local leaders tout Sacramento highway projects as opponents seek gas tax repeal

Caltrans officials Monday outlined more than $1 billion in projects that will be “accelerated” in the region as part of the $52 billion statewide anticipated from higher gas taxes and vehicle fees over the next 10 years.

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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. As the failure of the Oroville Dam spillway during the past winter showed, California needs to reinvest in its existing water infrastructure while looking to build new storage options.

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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 systems of roads, highways, bridges, and public transit are the backbones of our state’s economy – and also have a maintenance backlog over $100 billion. The Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 will provide $52 billion over the next 10 years to fix our roads, rebuild bridges and overpasses to meet state seismic standards, and increase access to transit.

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Together, we can rebuild California...