SANDAG’S plan is to push for a more green and efficient future by getting more commuters to ditch their cars and hop on mass transit.
Gaspar said using TransNet funds is a bait and switch to voters.
“San Diegans have lost faith in SANDAG,” she said. “They can’t be trusted to follow through with their promises to voters.”
“In 2004, 67% of voters said they were collectively willing to take on a higher tax burden for the next 40 years in exchange for much needed highway improvements,” said Gaspar. “Fast forward to 2019, SANDAG has a new idea on how they want to spend that money.”
Proposition A promised to relieve traffic congestion, expand freeways and provide proper maintenance on local roads.
Tuesday, May 7, 2019
Gaspar takes on SANDAG