CA Mobility Infrastructure Investment Will Create 1 Million Jobs

Economist John Husing says that a $36 billion in the region's goods movement infrastructure will more than pay for itself.

A growing chorus of stakeholders is calling for increased investment in goods movement infrastructure in Califronia, particularly at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, because of increasing demand and related congestion and air pollution. But investing in the region's goods movement infrastructure is not just needed to mitigate traffic and pollution.

As economist John Husing explains in the following excerpts from a talk at the Mobility 21 Summit, investing in trade infrastructure is also about generating over one million good, high-paying jobs in the region.

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