Pending Initiatives Poised to Generate $1 Billion in Local Infrastructure Revenue

Two local proposals, one from San Diego County and one from Riverside County, could result in billions of dollars in infrastructure spending with matched state and federal funds. Set for November’s general election, these initiatives aim to alleviate traffic congestion. By combining local revenues with additional state and federal contributions, infrastructure funding could grow into the billions annually.

Riverside’s proposal is pending approval by the Riverside County Transportation Commission and the Board of Supervisors. In contrast, San Diego’s measure was placed directly on the ballot by the county’s residents. Both measures propose increasing the local sales tax to boost transportation infrastructure funding.


Read more about San Diego’s proposal.

San Diego County

Read more about Riverside’s proposal.

Riverside County

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