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    sample charts & graphs-based Powerpoint sample charts & graphs-based Powerpoint Presentation Transcript

    • California’s Infrastructure GPA Aviation C- Levees Ports D B- CaliforniaWastewater GPA: Transportation C C+ C- Solid Waste Urban Runoff B C+ Water C
    • Levees / Flood Control: D
    • Levees: A Looming CatastropheCentral Valley river system is dependent on asystem of fragile earthen levees• Built from dredged river materials by farmers• No engineering designs or oversightThese levees protect:• Water supply for 23 million people• 500,000+ homes and businesses• 3,000,000+ acres of farmland• Critical transportation and utility corridors
    • Critical Funding Needs Central Orange Ventura Sacramento San Diego Valley County CountyUpgrade Flood Upgrade Flood FloodLevees Control Levees Control Control $17 $2.5 $386 $1 $132 billion billion million billion million Total State Shortfall: $28 billion
    • Transportation: C-
    • A System in CrisisCalifornia streets will deteriorate rapidlyin next 10 years, nearly doubling repaircosts from $39 billion to $64 billionCargo truck delays cost over $3 billion/yr40% of bridges are in urgent need ofmaintenance
    • Transportation Funding Needed System Preservation $341 System Expansion $195 $195 $163 $99 $79 Forecast Actual Shortfall $242 billion $536 billion $294 billion
    • Water: C
    • Primary VulnerabilitySouthern California highly dependent onSacramento - San Joaquin River systemEstablishing a reliable and sustainable watersupply should include:• Reversing threats to Delta water conveyance• Developing additional groundwater and surface water storage projects• Developing seawater desalination projects• Greatly expanding water recycling
    • Funding PrioritiesCapital Improvements $1 billionDelta River System Improvements $10 billionMunicipal water supply $32 billionRural water management $2 billionTotal 10-Year Shortfall $46 billion
    • 10-Year Infrastructure Shortfall Aviation $3 billion Levees / Flood Control $28 billion Ports $107 billion Solid Waste $80 billion Transportation $100 billion Urban Runoff $67 billion Wastewater $45 billion Water $46 billion Investment Shortfall: $470 billion
    • Fixing our aging infrastructure may not be sexy, but NOT fixing it puts millions of people at risk and hurts the economy