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SB 1: Transportation Infrastructure

We need SRBX members to call their legislators, either where your business is located or where you do business.  

Click here for the breakdowns of the estimate revenues by jurisdiction and by transit agency for the Sacramento region. There are other programs for highways and competitive grants that may benefit our region as well. Those are explained here in fact sheets provided from the California State Transportation Agency.

SRBX’s support letter is here.

The message can be very simple. Having businesses call and support SB 1 is important especially to the members from our region  in order to meet a 2/3 margin. 

 Consider using the following talking points when you call: 

  • State your name, business and city (or where you do business in their district if you know). 
  • I strongly urge you to support Senate Bill 1 and the companion constitutional amendment (SCA 2 or ACA 12), – the transportation funding package put together by Governor Brown and legislative leadership. 
  • The roads in our community are crumbling and need repair. 
  • For too long, the legislature has neglected to increase transportation funding. 
  • Bad roads cost us all — motorists pay more than $700 a year in vehicle repairs because of the poor condition of our roads. 
  • Please support SB 1 and the constitutional amendment to fix our roads. This package will bring money to our district to fix our roads. 
  • In my community, in your district, SB 1 will provide us with critical resources for badly needed road repairs that we cannot fund out of our own general fund.
  • SB 1 will also provide funding for local public transit projects. 
  • The longer we delay, the more we all pay. 
  • Thank you. 

Sacramento Regional Legislators

Member Phone
Assembly Member Brian Dahle 916/319-2001
Senator Ted Gaines 916/651-4001
Assembly Member James Gallagher 916/319-2003
Senator Bill Dodd 916/651-4003
Assembly Member Cecilia Aguiar-Curry 916/319-2004
Senator Jim Nielsen 916/651-4004
Assembly Member Frank E. Bigelow 916/319-2005
Senator Cathleen Galgiani 916/651-4005
Assembly Member Kevin Kiley 916/319-2006
Senator Richard Pan 916/651-4006
Assembly Member Kevin McCarty 916/319-2007
Assembly Member Ken Cooley 916/319-2008
Senator Tom Berryhill 916/651-4008
Assembly Member Jim Cooper 916/319-2009
Assembly Member Jim Frazier 916/319-2011

AB 32
The passage of AB 32, the California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006, requires in law a sharp reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to 1990 levels by 2020 — a reduction of approximately 15 percent below emissions expected under a “business as usual” scenario.

Pursuant to AB 32, California Air Resources Board (CARB) must adopt regulations to achieve the maximum technologically feasible and cost-effective GHG emission reductions. The full implementation of AB 32 will help mitigate risks associated with climate change, while improving energy efficiency, expanding the use of renewable energy resources, cleaner transportation, and reducing waste.

AB 32 authorizes the collection of a fee from sources of GHGs. In 2010, ARB adopted a regulation to collect a fee to administer the program, called the AB 32 Cost of Implementation Fee Regulation. This fee is collected annually from large sources of GHGs, including oil refineries, electricity power plants (including imported electricity), cement plants and other industrial sources. There are approximately 250 fee payers that emit 330 million metric tons of GHG emissions per year. Funds collected are used to cover annual expenses for ARB and other State agencies to implement AB 32.

SB 32
In 2016, a new measure, SB 32, was signed into law requiring the state to further reduce greenhouse gas emissions to 40% below 1990 levels by 2030, a much more ambitious target than the previous goal of hitting 1990 levels by 2020. As a result, businesses will likely face more restrictive rules, and taxpayer and ratepayer money will be needed to subsidize cleaner technologies.

Scoping Plan
The 2017 Scoping Plan Update Proposed Plan was made available on January 20th, 2017. The Proposed Plan describes the actions the State would take to achieve the SB 32 climate goals of reducing greenhouse gases. It outlines an approach that cuts across economic sectors to combine greenhouse gas reductions with reductions of smog-causing pollutants, while also safeguarding public health and economic goals. It also describes the need to extend key reduction programs now underway, lays out new actions that prioritize direct emission reductions, and establishes the trajectory that will move the State farther along the path to a low-carbon future.

The Proposed Plan includes input from a range of State agencies. It is also the result of extensive public and stakeholder processes designed to ensure that California’s greenhouse gas and pollution reduction efforts continue to improve public health and drive development of a more sustainable economy.

The Proposed Plan is available here:

Air Resources Board (CARB or Board) staff provided the information below to reflect the recent direction by the Board to provide additional time prior to its consideration of AB 32 Scoping Plan Update to achieve the 2030 target. This adjustment to the schedule will allow time for additional public process, including environmental justice community meetings, as staff develops the final Scoping Plan.

Schedule (subject to change)
This schedule reflects the upcoming public process to update the AB 32 Scoping Plan to reflect Governor’s Executive Order B-30-15 and Senate Bill 32, and identifies the timetable for the release of public materials and the public workshop.

•March: Environmental Justice Community Meetings throughout the state

•Week of March 13th: ARB Scoping Plan Public Workshop

•April 10: CEQA Comment Period Deadline (extended from March 6th)

•End of May: Public Availability of Final Draft Scoping Plan with all Appendices

•Late June: Board Hearing to consider Final Draft Scoping Plan


SRBX has been engaged with Cal OSHA in a series of advisory board meetings to examine potential exemptions to Title 8, Construction Safety Orders, Section 1532.3, regarding Respirable Crystalline Silica in Construction.

Proposed regulation
Advisory committee invitation
Advisory committee roster
Proposed table 1

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