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Financing Transportation in California: Strategies for Change (Final Draft)

  • Author(s): Adams, Matthew
  • Hiatt, Rachel
  • Hill, Mary C.
  • Russo, Ryan
  • Wachs, Martin
  • Weinstein, Asha
  • et al.
Abstract

Quality of life in California depends in many ways on the freedom of people and goods to move safely from place to place when they want to do so, in a timely manner, at reasonable cost, and with reasonable choices among modes and routes of travel. However, our desire for mobility must be tempered by due concern for the natural and built environment, and like all aspects of public policy, the provision of mobility must be framed by realistic consideration of available financial resources. This report examines the system by which California raises money for transportation and assesses its adequacy and appropriateness for current and future needs.

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