91 toll road; State's transportation surplus; Bart to San Jose bill; MTC completes study; San Diego wins federal funds.
The June 30 issue of California Corrdidors features: Legislative Momentum drags on purchase of 91 toll road; States transportation surplus divvied up with mixture of joy and jawing; Bay Area Report: Toralaksons Bart-to-San Jose buy-in bill moves forward; MTC wraps up study of one bridge, launches another; School Bus sales are one focus and ARB is key for clean Diesel; San Diego area is big winer in feds recent funding grants; Tracking Rails. Selected articles are available on the Web. For subscription information, e-mail your name, address and phone number to: [email protected].
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