Joshua Shaw

Executive Director, California Transit Association

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Executive Director of the California Transit Association, a state trade organization representing local, public transportation systems

Joshua Shaw on KCRW

Since last year, Arnold Schwarzenegger has been
getting international news coverage as America's number one warrior in the
 fight against global warming . Today Mayor Villaraigosa…

'Green' Governor's Budget Cuts Threaten Public Transit

Since last year, Arnold Schwarzenegger has been getting international news coverage as America's number one warrior in the fight against global warming . Today Mayor Villaraigosa…

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