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November 7, 2012

UPDATE: More than 70% of transit measures pass

Twenty-one measures with a significant transit component were considered by voters in 12 states. Fourteen measures were approved; one remains undecided as votes continue to be counted in Pierce County, Wash.; and two more public transit measures will be decided in Los Angeles and Kansas City, Mo. next month.


November 6, 2012

CFTE: 19 transportation measures in 12 states on the ballot

If all measures are approved, more than $100 billion in new local funding would be invested in transportation.


November 4, 2010

APTA: 73 percent of transit ballot measures pass

Fourteen states approved 22 measures out of 30 state and local public transportation-related ballot initiatives, authorizing nearly $500 million over the next five years.


November 5, 2008

Voters approve more than $75B in transportation funds

Overall, 41 transportation ballot measures in 18 states appeared on ballots in 2008, 15 of which were decided earlier, leaving 26 measures in 15 states still to be voted on.


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