What California Needs to Do to Fix the Transportation System

California’s transportation needs are so great that there has been little discernable progress in meeting them, either year-over-year or decade-over-decade. Rather than focusing on just a few critical priorities, the State spreads too few resources over too many programs with the result that new capacity is long-delayed if provided at all and the physical condition of California’s highways and bridges grows worse every year because of chronic underfunding of maintenance and repair. This untenable situation can and must be reversed.

The USC Keston Institute for Public Finance and Infrastructure Policy and the Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation invite you to join us as national and statewide experts discuss immediate actions the Brown Administration could take to leverage available revenues and support California’s Self Help counties to aggressively reverse the decline of California’s transportation system.


Wednesday, May 4th, 2011
9:30 am 12:00 pm
Center Ballroom, Radisson Hotel
3540 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA



This event is free of charge, but you must RSVP to reserve a place. To RSVP, please contact: dmflanag@sppd.usc.edu

The full Agenda is available on USC's website.

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