SB1 will produce almost $183 billion in economic activity and user benefits over the next 10 according to a report from the American Road & Transportation Builders Association.
"More than 400 transit infrastructure projects would be jeopardized if California’s gas tax hike gets killed in November, with plans shelved, construction frozen in place and millions of taxpayer dollars vaporized"Learn More
“Adequate funding for the state’s transportation system would allow for smoother roads, more efficient mobility, enhanced safety, and economic growth opportunities while saving California’s drivers time and money.”Learn More
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.Learn More
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.Learn More
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.Learn More