Dual measures to increase vehicle registration fees and issue a general obligation bond for transportation improvements could go before voters next year, but even if approved they would only put a dent in The City’s long-term needs.
The Capital Planning Committee, a consortium of city agencies, has proposed adding both measures to the November 2014 ballot. Combined with increased transfers from The City’s general fund, they would generate $790 million over 10 years. Read More
Muni’s transformative transit initiative achieved an important planning milestone this week, but the ambitious project still faces major funding barriers and officials are considering asking voters for money. Read More
BART passengers can already expect to pay more for fares and parking in the near future, but for the transit agency to meet its colossal long-range needs regional voters likely will need to approve tax increases. Read More