PT talks to California Assemblywoman Jenny Oropeza, chair of the Assembly Committee on Transportation, about bricks and mortar, traffic congestion and reasons for optimism in Sacramento.
February 1, 2006 - California Ed.
PT: Sacramento seems to have infrastructure fever these days. What do you make of it all?
Oropeza: I'm pleased that the governor has acknowledged the need for us to invest in our bricks-and-mortar infrastructure in the state, because we've allowed it to erode and there's a great deal of unmet need.
PT: Across the aisle in Sacramento, what would most people agree to be the most pressing infrastructure projects in California right now?
Oropeza: I think that there is a lot of bipartisan agreeme...