Connector JPA Board meeting scheduled for Friday, April 27, 2018
Capital SouthEast Connector a Perfect Fit for a Growing Region
No other local transportation project is more uniquely fit to address the needs of this growing region than the Capital SouthEast Connector (Connector), (read more here)
Moving the Sacramento Region forward
Proposal shifts federal transportation policy in some ways that would give states more freedom to operate their roadway systems.
"I thank President Trump for bringing together the key chairmen and ranking members who will be responsible for drafting an infrastructure bill. I've said all along that success in getting a bill done will depend on presidential leadership, and today's meeting shows that President Trump is engaged and committed on infrastructure.
I've been writing this Public Works Financing column for more than two decades. During this time, I've researched and written dozens of policy studies on transportation infrastructure, advised federal and state transportation agencies, and served on various transportation committees and commissions. From all of this I've concluded that the way we fund and manage the U.S.
Washington, DC - Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman Bill Shuster (R-PA) appeared on "Your World with Neil Cavuto" yesterday to discuss the release of the Administration's infrastructure principles and some of his priorities in moving bipartisan legislation that improves America's infrastructure.
Flooding Highlights Critical Need for Capital SouthEast Connector Project
The 2016-17 winter storms highlighted the critical need to provide a reliable, all-weather emergency evacuation route for south Sacramento County. The Capital SouthEast Connector is planned to be that route. Click here for more.
JPA Board Member David Sander Discusses Connector on