Mark Watts

Transportation California

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Executive director of Transportation California, which advocates for transportation infrastructure spending, and technical adviser to the Let's ReBuild California campaign

Mark Watts on KCRW

California's transportation infrastructure is falling apart after years of deferred maintenance.

California's Crumbling Roads

California's transportation infrastructure is falling apart after years of deferred maintenance.

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Was Hurricane Katrina a wake-up call for California? Proposed by Governor Schwarzenegger,  Proposition 1E  was put on the ballot by the Democrat-controlled legislature.

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