If the California Department of Transportation fails to clean up the heaps of garbage on Bay Area roadways that often end up in San Francisco Bay, it will be hit with fines. . . As a result of a lawsuit by the nonprofit group Baykeeper, San Jose agreed to invest $100 million over the next decade to reduce sewage and trash pollution to the Bay. .
All that trash on Bay Area highways? Caltrans under threat of fines if it’s not cleaned up
San Francisco Chronicle