Tribes in southern California meet over roads on reservations

The Interagency Technical Working Group on Tribal Transportation Issues met on Wednesday to discuss roads on reservations in San Diego County, California.

The group is composed of tribal leaders and state agency representatives. They meet every three months to talk about common concerns.

"We share a lot of common roads. All these arteries connect," David Toler, a council member for the San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians who co-chairs the group, told The North County Times.

The county is home to 18 tribes whose reservations total 116,000 acres.

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