|February 3, 2009
|CSAC Conference Center
|1020 11th Street, 2nd Floor
This briefing is the third in a series on "California's Fiscal Future," that takes a look at current and long-term economic issues for the state. Meeting California's infrastructure needs will be expensive, but it is a crucial element in the state's long-term growth and development. Yet the odds facing the state seem almost insurmountable -- a national recession, the state's budget crisis, and a flawed system for financing the state's infrastructure.
Stuart Drown, Executive Director, Little Hoover Commission
John Wolf, Assistant Division Chief, Traffic Operations, California Department of Transportation