On November 5, in addition to a slew of gubernatorial, state legislative, and mayoral elections, voters across 20 states will decide on over 100 transportation-related ballot measures totaling over $11 billion in potential investment. This year’s ballot initiatives include not only bonds and local tax measures, but also proposed limitations on state revenue collection in Colorado and Washington with significant implications for future infrastructure funding.
On November 6, Eno will present initial findings on the election results, including which key ballot measures passed and failed and what these off-year outcomes can tell us about the future of transportation governance, investments, and ballot initiatives in 2020 and beyond.
Romic Aevaz, Policy Analyst, Eno Center for Transportation
Robert Puentes, President and CEO, Eno Center for Transportation
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