More Videos

Sky glows orange at Disneyland from California wildfires 0:20

Sky glows orange at Disneyland from California wildfires

How the tunnel project might affect Delta landowners 2:43

How the tunnel project might affect Delta landowners

A look at widespread fire devastation in Santa Rosa 3:27

A look at widespread fire devastation in Santa Rosa

Check out this colorful duck sitting pretty in Elk Grove 0:19

Check out this colorful duck sitting pretty in Elk Grove

'What are we going to do with people who no longer have a home?' 1:19

'What are we going to do with people who no longer have a home?'

Meet Goat, a 3-month-old puppy with some balance problems 0:44

Meet Goat, a 3-month-old puppy with some balance problems

Kamala Harris to Sonoma crowd: 'There are so many courageous people here right now' 1:01

Kamala Harris to Sonoma crowd: 'There are so many courageous people here right now'

Will Hyde bounce back? Is Kittle an answer to red-zone woes? 49ers to watch in Week 6 1:34

Will Hyde bounce back? Is Kittle an answer to red-zone woes? 49ers to watch in Week 6

See Santa Rosa before and after the fire 0:47

See Santa Rosa before and after the fire

15 creepy things animals can do 1:35

15 creepy things animals can do

  • Jerry Brown: Tooth fairy won't fix California roads, so we must pay

    California Gov. Jerry Brown and Democratic leaders of the Legislature have reached a $5.2 billion-a-year road-funding pact that would raise gas taxes, registration fees and add other charges, as well as include a constitutional amendment to restrict lawmakers’ ability to shift the money to other uses. The plan was announced at the Capitol on Wednesday March 29, 2017.

California Gov. Jerry Brown and Democratic leaders of the Legislature have reached a $5.2 billion-a-year road-funding pact that would raise gas taxes, registration fees and add other charges, as well as include a constitutional amendment to restrict lawmakers’ ability to shift the money to other uses. The plan was announced at the Capitol on Wednesday March 29, 2017. Alexei Koseff akoseff@sacbee.com
California Gov. Jerry Brown and Democratic leaders of the Legislature have reached a $5.2 billion-a-year road-funding pact that would raise gas taxes, registration fees and add other charges, as well as include a constitutional amendment to restrict lawmakers’ ability to shift the money to other uses. The plan was announced at the Capitol on Wednesday March 29, 2017. Alexei Koseff akoseff@sacbee.com

California freeways need help, and motorists need assurances

March 29, 2017 5:45 PM

Comments

More Videos

Sky glows orange at Disneyland from California wildfires 0:20

Sky glows orange at Disneyland from California wildfires

How the tunnel project might affect Delta landowners 2:43

How the tunnel project might affect Delta landowners

A look at widespread fire devastation in Santa Rosa 3:27

A look at widespread fire devastation in Santa Rosa

Check out this colorful duck sitting pretty in Elk Grove 0:19

Check out this colorful duck sitting pretty in Elk Grove

'What are we going to do with people who no longer have a home?' 1:19

'What are we going to do with people who no longer have a home?'

Meet Goat, a 3-month-old puppy with some balance problems 0:44

Meet Goat, a 3-month-old puppy with some balance problems

Kamala Harris to Sonoma crowd: 'There are so many courageous people here right now' 1:01

Kamala Harris to Sonoma crowd: 'There are so many courageous people here right now'

Will Hyde bounce back? Is Kittle an answer to red-zone woes? 49ers to watch in Week 6 1:34

Will Hyde bounce back? Is Kittle an answer to red-zone woes? 49ers to watch in Week 6

See Santa Rosa before and after the fire 0:47

See Santa Rosa before and after the fire

15 creepy things animals can do 1:35

15 creepy things animals can do

  • Trump's FBI pick wants to lead independent bureau that will "make every American proud"

    Christopher A. Wray stated that his "loyalty was to the constitution" and the law during his testimony at the nomination hearing for FBI director on Wednesday. He was grilled by senators on his ability to remain independent of the White House in investiga