Tony Anziano

California State Department of Transportation

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Manager of the Toll Bridge Program at the California State Department of Transportation

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During his White House  news conference  today, President Obama insisted again that infrastructure, especially high-speed rail, will be essential to getting the US economy back on…

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During his White House news conference today, President Obama insisted again that infrastructure, especially high-speed rail, will be essential to getting the US economy back on…

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Once again today, President Obama insisted that infrastructure, especially high-speed rail, will be essential to getting the US economy back on track.

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Once again today, President Obama insisted that infrastructure, especially high-speed rail, will be essential to getting the US economy back on track.

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