On November 8, in addition to the presidential drama, another election story, with dramatic lessons about state and local influence, will play out as Americans in over half the 50 states vote on important questions related to transportation investments in their regions.
Eno has compiled a list of the states that have measures up for vote on Election Day and will continue updating this database. The measures under each state are organized by locality, official title, measure identifier, summary, modes, projected revenues, and duration. Because of the different ways these measures are reported, the amounts raised will either be presented as the amount raised per year or the total amount.
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(Note: we will be excluding measures that combine transportation funding with other municipal departments. There are also many measures — particularly in Ohio and Michigan — which use a millage tax, which is a property tax. One mill is equal to $1 per $1,000 of a property’s value.)
In the lead up to the election, Eno will feature ballot measures of regional importance throughout the United States. Following the election, Eno will analyze which measures experienced particular success and identify electoral trends of note in 2016.
- Transportation Ballot Measures Recap
- The Infrastructure Opportunity
- Transportation at the Ballot Box: More Votes that Matter this Year
- Voters to Decide if Public Transit is Right for Detroit
- Election Day in Detroit
- Making it on the November Ballot: Update on Transportation Measures Seeking Local Funding Sources
- Virginia Beach to Vote on Light Rail Project
- The Lists: 10 Ballot Measures to Watch on Election Day
- Eno Center for Transportation Releases Comprehensive Database of Transportation Ballot Measures
- Transit Millage: ‘Moving the Region Forward’ vs. ‘Adding to the Tax Burden’
- With Measure A, SANDAG Is Counting on San Diegans to Spend Like They’ve Never Spent Before
- Southeast Michigan’s Transit Future Will be Decided at Polls
- BART’s future on line: Can transit system gain voters’ trust?
- On the Ballot 2016
- Ballot Box Transportation Finance: November 2016
- Record number of transit ballot measures will also impact transportation demand management
- Top 10 transportation ballots to watch
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