CA Mayors Support Active Transportation in the Federal Transportation Bill

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Earlier this month over 370 Mayors and Communities leaders organized through the support of the United States Conference of Mayors and the National League of Cities submitted a letter to Senator Barbara Boxer, Chairman of the
Senate Environment and Public Works Committee in support of the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) in the Federal Transportation Bill.  

The TAP provides funding for programs and projects for pedestrian and bicycle facilities, infrastructure projects to improve access to public transportation and enhanced mobility, community improvement activities, and environmental mitigation; recreational trail program projects; safe routes to school projects; and more.

A huge thanks to all the California leaders who signed on to this letter:

  • Council Member William Brien MD, Beverly Hills
  • Mayor Meghan Sahli-Wells, Culver City
  • Mayor Harry Price, Fairfield
  • Mayor Michael Sweeney, Hayward
  • Mayor Michael Wilson, Indio
  • Mayor Art Madrid, La Mesa
  • Mayor Eric Garcetti, Los Angeles
  • Mayor Scott Mann, Menifee
  • Mayor Mary Ann Lutz, Monrovia
  • Council Member R. Michael Kasperzak, Jr., Mountain View
  • Mayor Jill Techel, Napa
  • Mayor Mary Ann Nihart, Pacifica
  • Mayor Bill Bogaard, Pasadena
  • Mayor Dan Skoglund, Rancho Cordova
  • Mayor L. Dennis Michael, Rancho Cucamonga
  • Mayor Deborah Robertson, Rialto
  • Mayor William R. “Rusty” Bailey, Riverside
  • Assistant City Manager Matthew Hawkesworth, Rosemead
  • Mayor Susan Rohan, Roseville
  • Mayor Kevin Johnson, Sacramento
  • Mayor Alonso Ledezma, San Jacinto
  • Mayor Chuck Reed, San Jose
  • Council Member Diana Souza, San Leandro
  • Mayor Pam O’Connor, Santa Monica
  • Council Member Neal Andrews, Ventura
  • Mayor  John D’Amico, West Hollywood

 

 

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