Caltrans and private contractors worked on a road resurfacing project on Highway 99 just north of the Sutter County line in 2009. California lawmakers are giving quick consideration to a bill meant to keep billions of dollars worth of projects on track by streamlining the environmental review process.
Caltrans and private contractors worked on a road resurfacing project on Highway 99 just north of the Sutter County line in 2009. California lawmakers are giving quick consideration to a bill meant to keep billions of dollars worth of projects on track by streamlining the environmental review process. Randall Benton RBenton@sacbee.com
Caltrans and private contractors worked on a road resurfacing project on Highway 99 just north of the Sutter County line in 2009. California lawmakers are giving quick consideration to a bill meant to keep billions of dollars worth of projects on track by streamlining the environmental review process. Randall Benton RBenton@sacbee.com
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California’s ‘NEPA-geddon’ could stop billions in roadwork

March 07, 2017 01:18 PM