California's infrastructure: crumbling

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Bridges, pavement, airports, levees, roadways and ports… California's infrastructure is crumbling to the tune of $130 billion in repairs. The state used to be a world leader in the when it came to infrastructure. So why has California fallen so far behind when it's one of the top economies in the world?

Photo: The Arroyo Seco Parkway passing under the concrete Avenue 26 bridge in Los Angeles

Credits

Guest:
Martin Wachs - RAND Corporation / University of California - @RANDCorporation

Host:
Warren Olney

Producer:
Jennifer Wolfe