California Bridges Need Work; Californians Do, Too
In California, 3,135 bridges are deficient—and more than 82.6 million vehicles cross those bridges every day. Meanwhile, 12.1 percent of Californians are jobless.
With so many Californians out of work, so many bridges and other pieces of critical infrastructure in need of work—and so much to do to keep America competitive in the 21st century—the solution is simple: Pass legislation that lets Californians get to work on critical infrastructure projects.
Tell your members of Congress: Californians are ready to get to work, starting with investing in our bridges, transit, rail, airports, highways, schools and the rest of our failing infrastructure.