Jefferson Public Radio: ""Tonight, we did something to fix the roads of California," Brown said as he and triumphant lawmakers stepped outside the governor's office to speak with reporters. "This helps people, because their cars aren't going to get as broken as they are under our bad roads, a lot of them are going to get jobs, and it's part of the prosperity of California.""'Both US political parties support spending more on autos and sprawl. The only difference is on how to pay for it. The US has led the world on sprawl, starting with the deliberate destruction of streetcars.
There is a lot of hand wringing on climate, but this commitment will be a giant step in the wrong direction.