An analysis by Joshua Stark from Transform: In his January budget proposal for fiscal year 2016-17, Governor Brown reintroduced his plan for addressing the state’s dwindling transportation revenues and its crumbling infrastructure. When it comes to creating real transportation choices, the proposal is a mixed bag. On the one hand, the Governor’s proposal finally increases transportation funding, and directs that funding largely into sorely needed road maintenance and new public transportation. On the other hand, it fails to include a fix for our oversubscribed walking and biking fund, the Active Transportation Program (ATP). It also diverts climate funds to so-called “Low Carbon Roads” that may have dubious uses. Let me take you for a tour of the Governor’s plan, starting with the revenues.