The Sacramento Bee » Whether voters this November approve an initiative to repeal recent increases to California fuel taxes and vehicle registration fees, its proponents are already planning a sequel: a 2020 ballot measure that would ensure fuel taxes, car sales taxes and truck weight fees are spent on transportation projects. But a Sacramento Bee analysis determined that the prospective initiative would require major spending cuts to other programs across state and local budgets. Opponents say it is unrealistic.
Michelle2018-10-08T10:02:39-08:00July 31st, 2018|Bridges, California, Funding, Highways, News & Views, Roads|
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