Moving Forward with Modernized Initiatives

Over many years and under Republican and Democratic leadership, California’s infrastructure has been inadequately maintained and underfunded. Roads, airports, buildings and water systems originally created in between 1940 and 1970 were designed to serve a much smaller population than today’s more than 23 million Southern Californian residents. Investing in infrastructure helps to expand transportation options, improve air quality, and aids economic recovery by increasing opportunities and providing jobs.


Senate Bill 1, a plan to increase revenue to improve California’s transportation infrastructure, passes. Read more to see how funding impacts infrastructure across the region.

Measure M is a sales tax measure designed to enhance our public transit program by investing in our bus system while expanding our rail system. See how Measure M is being used.