Traffic backs up on the eastbound State Route 91 freeway near Corona in 2010. California’s heavy traffic, nearly a billion vehicular miles each day, has increased the need for maintenance on highways, and local roads and streets.
Traffic backs up on the eastbound State Route 91 freeway near Corona in 2010. California’s heavy traffic, nearly a billion vehicular miles each day, has increased the need for maintenance on highways, and local roads and streets. Bruce Chambers Associated Press file
Traffic backs up on the eastbound State Route 91 freeway near Corona in 2010. California’s heavy traffic, nearly a billion vehicular miles each day, has increased the need for maintenance on highways, and local roads and streets. Bruce Chambers Associated Press file
Dan Walters

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Transportation, housing crises get short shrift in Legislature

September 22, 2016 07:00 PM

UPDATED September 22, 2016 07:24 PM

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