There are too many potholes and too much outdated infrastructure throughout the 18th Assembly District.   Beyond advocating for updating and improving our infrastructure, it is a priority to increase our smart, connected, multi-modal infrastructure.

It is a fact that fewer people are driving today, in favor of alternate transportation options such as walking, biking, and public transportation. As a city, we need to adapt to this shift in preference and invest in the infrastructure that people are demanding. Rather than billion dollar highway projects, we need to invest in city streets and public transit.

In the Assembly, I have worked to improve bike and pedestrian access and safety, and have advocated for the balanced use of state dollars to do so.