Border wall replacement work begins in California

Reno Gazette Journal » The federal government began work Wednesday on replacing border wall in California, the first wall contract awarded in the Trump administration outside of eight prototypes that were built last year in San Diego. Customs and Border Protection is replacing a little more than 2 miles (3.2 kilometers) in downtown Calexico, a sliver of the president’s plan for a “big, beautiful wall” with Mexico.

2018-02-28T16:38:18-08:00February 22nd, 2018|California, Trump & Infrastructure, Urban|

San Diego’s infrastructure funding gap grows by $310M

The San Diego Union-Tribune » San Diego is facing decreased funding for infrastructure combined with a longer list of needed projects, creating a $1.57 billion gap that is jeopardizing the city’s ability to fix sidewalks, build bike lanes and keep parks in good shape. The gap is $310 million larger than it was a year ago, despite increased focus on the problem by city officials and a 2016 ballot measure that created the first revenue stream devoted to infrastructure projects.

2018-01-29T15:59:14-08:00January 28th, 2018|California, Parks, Pedestrian Bridge, Urban|

End is in sight for I-5 widening in San Clemente, another may be in the works

The Orange County Register » Most of the heavy lifting is finished on a $230 million widening of I-5 between San Juan Capistrano and San Clemente.

2017-11-06T14:07:13-08:00October 26th, 2017|California, Highways|

Tired of traffic on the 15 Freeway? Here’s Temecula’s idea to tackle the congestion

The Press-Enterprise » Temecula’s city council is forming of a two-person “lane expansion” task force that will be charged with marshaling the forces of the region’s cities to coordinate planning efforts for the vital corridor and to lobby for state and federal transportation funding.

2017-09-26T09:37:27-08:00September 9th, 2017|California, Fuel Tax, Highways, Tolling|
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