Monday, August 24, 2009

Stimulus Money: Where Does It Go?

Interesting story in the LA Times re: stimulus funds. See here.

Over the next three years, California is expected to get $26 billion in stimulus funds for projects including building highways and bridges, developing education programs and stabilizing the state's finances, according to a private research group. About $5.6 billion in spending in the state has been approved so far by the federal government, according to state officials. Transportation makes up a big share of the stimulus projects already approved.

And still, no BART from San Jose to San Francisco.

No comments: