Take Action to Bring Our Community’s Needs To State Decisions
The California Transportation Commission allocates the majority of transportation funds in the state, so it’s imperative that appointees have our families’ best interests at heart.
A newly proposed state bill, AB 179, would require at least one CTC commissioner to represent environmental justice communities. The CTC allocates the majority of transportation funds in the state, so it’s crucial that appointees have relevant knowledge and are able to represent communities disproportionately burdened by air pollution from transportation.
AB 179 makes sure that our leaders fully understand the effects of toxic pollution before they’re allowed to make decisions about it.
Before you get behind the wheel of a car, you have to prove you know how to drive it properly. AB 179 says governing should be no different.
Got three minutes? You can help ensure our government better represents our communities.
Call and Tweet Your Representative Today
Before the vote on AB179 Monday, call your assembly member’s office. Tell the person who answers the phone that you urge the assembly member to vote YES on AB 179 because your community deserves qualified representation on the California Transportation Commission.
- Tweet Chair Jim Frazier – District 11 (Brentwood) – (916) 319-2011
- Tweet Cecilia Aguiar-Curry – District 04 (Woodland) – (916) 319-2004
- Tweet Marc Berman – District 24 (Los Altos) – (916) 319-2024
- Tweet Raul Bocanegra – District 39 (San Fernando) – (916) 319-2039
- Tweet Kansen Chu – District 25 (San Jose) – (916) 319-2025
- Tom Daly (no twitter account) – District 69 (Anaheim) – (916) 319-2069
- Tweet Laura Friedman – District 43 (Burbank) – (916) 319-2043
- Tweet Jose Medina – District 61 (Riverside) – (916) 319-2061
- Tweet Adrin Nazarian – District 46 (Van Nuys) – (916) 319-2046
- Tweet Patrick O’Donnell – District 70 (Long Beach) – (916) 319-2070