In the looming shadow of the Interstate 10/Jefferson Street Interchange, dozens of Riverside County officials gathered Friday to speak out against the California Transportation Commission’s decision to cut $80 million from county infrastructure improvement projects. In January, the CTC approved

BY JIM EARP, MATT CATE AND CHRIS MCKENZIE POSTED 11.09.2015 Our transportation infrastructure is literally falling apart due to poor maintenance. Recently, because of deferred maintenance, a guard rail on an East Bay overpass fell onto I-880. The several tons

Motorists are paying a hidden tax for bad roads. Vehicle repairs attributable to potholes and crumbling pavement cost hundreds, in some places thousands, of dollars a year above and beyond routine maintenance. San Francisco and Oakland top the list of