How the Bay Area Fits into President Trump's Infrastructure Plan

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U.S. President Donald Trump (2nd L) speaks during a meeting with congressional members at the Cabinet Room of the White House February 14, 2018 in Washington, DC. President Trump held a meeting with congressional members to discuss the infrastructure principles he had unveiled on Monday. (Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images)

President Trump’s infrastructure proposal is getting a cool response from Bay Area transportation and business leaders. The plan calls for $200 billion in federal spending over ten years. We'll talk to Randy Rentschler with the Metropolitan Transportation Commission and the Bay Area Council’s Sean Randolph about the proposal, how much of the $200 billion might make its way to the Bay Area and to which projects it could be allocated.

Guests:

Randy Rentschler, director of legislation and public affairs, Metropolitan Transportation Commission

Sean Randolph, senior director, Bay Area Council Economic Institute

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