First published in the Dec. 25 print issue of the Glendale News Press.
Congressman Adam Schiff, in a Glendale press conference, recently highlighted the “historic investments” of the bipartisan infrastructure bill passed in Congress — including for roads, bridges, highways, public transit and passenger rail — and how they will improve the lives of Los Angeles County residents.
Schiff, a Burbank Democrat, hosted the conference with Mayor Paula Devine, state Sen. Anthony Portantino, Assemblywoman Laura Friedman, Councilman Ardy Kassakhian and L.A. Metro CEO Stephanie Wiggins. They met at the Larry Zarian Transportation Center in Glendale.
In his speech, Schiff decried the lack of meaningful investment in transportation infrastructure and lauded President Joe Biden for making it a key part of his policy this year. He said the improvements promised in the bill will improve the…