SCAG outlines draft plan which aims to improve transportation and air quality in Southern California

SCAG outlines draft plan which aims to improve transportation and air quality in Southern California

November 14, 2019– FontanaHeraldnew.com

The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) on Nov. 14 released a draft of Connect SoCal, its 2020-2045 Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy, identifying $638 billion in mobility, land-use, and air-quality improvements. The draft plan represents a significant milestone in meeting the mobility and quality-of-life needs of one of the fastest-growing population centers in the United States, SCAG officials said. According to SCAG research, the six-county region is expected to grow by nearly 3.7 million people over the next quarter-century to 22.5 million –– a 19 percent increase.

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