Planning and Delivering Transportation Improvements in Your Community

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Measure A

In 2004, more than 75 percent of Sacramento County voters approved extending Measure A – the County’s half percent sales tax until 2039 – to pay for transportation projects. The proceeds of the Measure A sales tax currently fund a comprehensive transportation improvement program which has resulted in traffic relief, improved driver experience, bicycle and pedestrian safety, street maintenance, roadway improvements and expanded transit services.

Measure B

In spring 2016, the Sacramento Transportation Authority approved the Measure B Transportation Sales Tax Expenditure Plan (TEP), that will be considered by voters on the November 2016 ballot. If approved by voters, Measure B would raise $3.6 billion over 30 years to repave streets, repair aging roads and bridges, and fund new highways, connector and interchange projects.