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As a longtime CD-10 resident who grew up biking to middle and high school, Reggie knows how essential it is that Los Angeles becomes a City that is accessible for everyone. That’s why on the City Council, Reggie’s will fight to invest more in public transportation–including the MTA, and push for a revamped Vision Zero to make our streets safe and accessible for all. In the Assembly, Reggie fought for quality transit options for every Angeleno, including:

  • Earned a 98% score from Streets for All’s 21-22 Scorecard

  • Supported $10 million in funding for Destination Crenshaw, which works to bring transformative infrastructure to the historically Black communities along LA METRO’s LAX-Crenshaw line.

  • Supported a state budget plan that provided $33 billion for transportation programs run by the California Department of Transportation,  the Department of Motor Vehicles, the High-Speed Rail Authority, and others.

  • Helped pass crucial investments in countless infrastructure projects to rebuild California, creating more good paying middle class jobs and strengthening our state's economy.

  • Helped pass California’s historic Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017, the largest transportation investment in the state’s history, which aimed to tackle the enormous backlog of maintenance and repairs for local streets, roads and transit systems as well as fund bicycle and pedestrian improvements

  • Authored a 2019 law to save California transit agencies over $1 billion in federal transit money and an estimated 175,000 jobs.

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