Senate Bill 1: Rebuilding California

Senate Bill 1, the Road Repair & Accountability Act of 2017

Senate Bill 1 is a landmark transportation measure that invests in rebuilding California by fixing neighborhood streets, freeways and bridges throughout California. The measure also targets funds toward transit, congested trade and commute corridors. 

Senate Bill 1 invests $5.4 billion annually over the next decade to fix California’s transportation system. It addresses years of backlogs and needed repairs, while ensuring a cleaner and more sustainable traffic network for the future. 

Assembly Constitutional Amendment (ACA) 5, which is on the June 2018 ballot, specifically states that Senate Bill 1 funds will be designated for transportation use only. ACA 5 will ensure that future revenues passed by the Legislature to pay for road and highway maintenance will be spent exclusively on vitally needed repairs and not on other legislative priorities.

Senate Bill 1 would fund over 20 specific transportation projects in Assembly District 24. You can see what those specific projects are by clicking on this link and selecting Assembly District and 24 in the prompts.

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