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Southern California’s Mobility 21 Fights for Transportation, Jobs in Washington, D.C.

Mobility 21 will fight to protect federal funding for transportation, putting thousands to work across the Southland IRVINE, Calif. – Members of Mobility 21, Southern California’s transportation advocacy coalition, will be meeting with key legislators and policy makers this week amidst intense federal transportation bill negotiations during an advocacy trip to Washington, D.C. Transportation executives […]

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Southern California Leaders Commend Bipartisan Support of America’s Transportation Infrastructure

Southern California Leaders Commend Bipartisan Support of America’s Transportation Infrastructure Mobility 21 Officials Highlight Key Provisions to Accelerate Jobs IRVINE, Calif. – Southern California’s leaders applaud the bipartisan group of U.S. senators for outlining a new federal transportation program called “Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century” or MAP-21. At its strategic planning meeting in Orange County, Calif., members of Mobility 21 – […]

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Governor Approves Transportation Legislation for 91 Freeway, Positive Train Control

Sept. 28, 2010 IRVINE, Calif. – Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s signature of Assembly Bill 2098 (AB 2098) and Senate Bill 1371 (SB 1371) helps reduce freeway gridlock and enhances rail safety in Southern California. The passage of AB 2098 (Miller) allows the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) to accelerate construction on the locally-funded SR-91 Corridor Improvement […]

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Mobility 21 Warns Budget Impasse Will Cost Thousands Of Jobs And Highway Construction Delays

Sept. 23, 2010 IRVINE, Calif. – Mobility 21, Southern California’s transportation coalition, is calling on leaders in Sacramento to immediately pass a state budget to keep major construction projects moving, prevent potential job loss and end unnecessary taxpayer waste. According to Caltrans, at least $2.1 billion in ready-to-go transportation improvements will be stalled and at […]

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