There’s a new order at the San Diego Association of Governments.
Gov. Jerry Brown recently signed AB 805, a bill to revamp SANDAG, the countywide agency that collects tax revenue to build major regional transportation projects.
One of the changes to the agency’s voting structure is expected to make SANDAG’s board more liberal. That will make it more likely that it will approve union-friendly construction deals, or commit more to transit-focused projects instead of expanding highways.
On this week’s San Diego Explained, Voice of San Diego’s Andrew Keatts and NBC 7’s Monica Dean describe how the new state law will shake things up at SANDAG.