At 40.6 million square feet, there's no doubt the soon-to-be-developed World Logistics Center in Moreno Valley will affect area traffic. What is expected to be the largest warehouse and shipping complex in the nation will be constructed in the eastern portion of Moreno Valley adjacent to the 60 Freeway. KVCR's Matt Guilhem spoke with transportation officials about what can -- and cannot -- be done to prepare local freeways for an influx of big rigs and other vehicles.
Last week, the Moreno Valley City Council approved construction of the contentious, 40.6-million-square-foot World Logistics Center. Having passed after three years of questions, studies, and a campaign to win public support paid for by the developer, KVCR's Matt Guilhem reports that numerous questions and concerns remain.
The California Legislature is holding a special legislative session to address the state's multi-billion dollar backlog of deferred road maintenance. Yesterday [Monday] cities and counties released their priorities for the session. Capital Public Radio's Katie Orr reports.