Rebuild SoCal Partnership

The Rebuild SoCal Partnership (RSCP) consists of 2,750 contractors throughout Southern California that represent more than 90,000 union workers. RSCP is dedicated to working with elected officials and educating the public on the continued need for essential infrastructure funding, including airports, bridges, ports, rail, roads, and water projects.

Our Initiatives

RSCP initiatives drive our mission to deliver essential infrastructure to Southern California via policy, projects, and funding.


According to the latest economic forecast by the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation, these projects will help create 465,690 new jobs across the area as plans include building new infrastructure as well as upgrading and repairing freeways, transit and local streets, sidewalks and bicycle paths.

Sign up to receive our newsletter, help spread the word on social media and keep on top of the progress Measure M makes in communities. Learn about the investment made in local infrastructure and ways you can weigh in on important project plans as they arise.

Issue Spotlight

2024 Report

The High Cost of Underinvestment: Assessing the State of Infrastructure in Southern California Report highlights the pressing infrastructure challenges facing Southern California residents. Our aging systems demand immediate attention and action to ensure the well-being of our communities and sustain economic growth.

Southern California’s infrastructure influences economic growth, health, safety, and overall quality of life. Yet, disinvestment, aging, and extreme conditions challenge its resilience, impacting communities inequitably.


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