In Win For Gov. Brown, Legislature Passes Tax Hike For Road RepairsCalifornia lawmakers on Thursday approved a $5-billion-a-year plan to boost the state's gas and vehicle taxes to pay for major road repairs, handing a victory to Gov. Jerry Brown who has lobbied for years for money to fix crumbling highways and bridges.
California Leaders Push For Gas Tax Votes For Road RepairsDemocratic legislative leaders are hopeful but making no promises as they prepare to vote on a $5 billion-a-year boost in California's gas and vehicle taxes to pay for road repairs.
Gov. Brown Makes $52 Billion Push For Transportation FundingGov. Jerry Brown will make his final transportation funding bill push at the State Capitol on Wednesday.
Gov. Brown Seeks $437 Million For Flood ControlCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown wants to spend $437 million on flood control and emergency response in the water-logged state.
Lead Found In School Drinking Fountain Has Districts Reviewing How They Check WaterParents of Healdsburg Elementary School students were notified of the issue linked to aging pipes.
Gov. Brown's Highway Plan Includes $65 Driver FeeMore than two months after calling a special session to address California's transportation funding backlog, Gov. Jerry Brown has begun circulating a list of administration proposals on how to pay for it.
Caltrans: Two In Three Bridges In Region 'Structurally Deficient'Caltrans crews examined the Interstate 80 overpass at Reed Avenue on Tuesday, a day after a CBS13 photographer witnessed concrete fall from it, narrowly missing cars. Caltrans says it’s a maintenance issue, not a structural one since it came off the railing, but there are about five-dozen other bridges in the area that do have structural problems.
California Considers First Gas Tax Increase Since 1990s; Zero-Emission Cars May Have To Pay, TooChances are if you drive on Interstate 80, you’ve seen some of California’s roads in need of repair. The state says there’s a nearly $60 billion backlog of maintenance and repairs on the California’s roads.
Rough Turlock Roads Have Residents, City Looking For AnswersA private engineering company surveyed current road conditions in the city, and the results are close to failing. The pavement condition index rating come back as a 67, which is a D.
Opinion: We Must Fix Our Crumbling InfrastructureMost Americans who traveled during this Thanksgiving holiday came face to face with an American reality: while there is much to be thankful for, our infrastructure is not one of those things.