SPUR Forum: Re-Inventing the State Transportation Agency

From SPUR:

In 2013, the California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA) opened its doors and now oversees Caltrans, the CHP, the DMV and the High-Speed Rail Authority, as well as many other functions. The agency brings a cabinet-level focus to achieving mobility, safety and air quality objectives for the state transportation system. Come hear about their plans for building and maintaining a 21st-century transportation system in California.

+ Kate White / California State Transportation Agency

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