Gray Calls for Compromise as Assembly Passes Road Repair and Accountability Act

Monday, April 10, 2017

After years of discussion and hours of debate, the State Legislature approved the Road Repair and Accountability Act. The landmark transportation investment package will invest $52-billion over the next ten years to fix our roads, freeways and bridges in communities across California including $400 million to extend ACE rail to Ceres and Merced as well as $100 million to fully construct the UC Merced Campus Parkway. “We have to make imperfect choices and compromises’ said Gray and added that “being an adult, being a legislator, policymaker, it involves compromise, and that is what we have here tonight.”