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

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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.

Do Bond Measures Really Benefit California?

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