Regional Measure 3

Below are links to background information from Metropolitan Transportation Agency, and newspaper articles. You will also find pdf handouts.

Stay tuned for more information from the Bay Area League.…/Item%2012%20-%20RM3%20PPC%20February%202017.pd…

Feb 14, 2017 – 3. ▻ The Bay Area Toll. Authority (BATA) administers the revenue from the Bay Area’s 7 state-owned bridges. ▻ BATA can raise bridge tolls for bridge seismic and repair work, but for other purposes requires state legislative authority.

  •  Regional Measure 3 On the June Ballot – Nine-County Coalition…/regional-measure-3-on-the-june-ball… Feb 3, 2018 – This amount is “another component of theRegional Measure 3 expenditure plan.” * $1,965 million to fund regional capital projects, such as BART cars, express lanes, San Francisco Bay Trail/Safe Routes to Transit (grant program to fund bicycle and pedestrian access Metropolitan Transportation Commission’s Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA) affiliate today approved a resolution to place on the June 5 ballot in all nine Bay Area counties a sweeping $4.45 billion. New Poll Shows Strong Support for Traffic Relief. Top Stories. Friday, December 22, 2017. MEASURE 3. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS. JANUARY 24, 2018. 1. What is Regional Measure 3Regional Measure 3 (RM 3) will appear on the June 5, 2018 ballot in each of the nine San Francisco Bay. Area counties. 25, 2018 – Tolls on most Bay Area bridges will reach $9 by 2025 to raise $4.45 billion for transportation projects, ifRegional Measure 3 (RM-3) is approved by voters in June. Yesterday, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission’s (MTC) Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA) approved putting RM-3 on the June 5 ballot › CommunityJan 24, 2018 – The Bay Area Toll Bridge Authority (BATA) is slated to vote today to place Regional Measure 3 (RM3) on the June 2018 ballot. RM3 seeks to fund a number of traffic relief projects throughout the Bay Area, including BART’s expansion to San Jose, by increasing bridge tolls. › California…/coalition-supporting-regional-measure-3-assembles-to…Jan 18, 2018 – SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Today a coalition of leading planning, transportation, business, and labor organizations announced that they are actively supportive of Regional Measure 3 (RM3) and will lead the endeavor to bring necessary improvements to the Bay Area’s transportation…/mtc-poll-regional-measure-3-bay-area-bridge-toll-increase/

Dec 21, 2017 – That widely shared perception of traffic congestion misery probably explains the main finding of the MTC poll: Regional Measure 3, a toll increase proposal likely headed for the June ballot in the nine Bay Area counties, enjoys solid majority … “But this is basically self-help Bay Area, self-help California.”.…/sb-595-bay-area-transportation-plan-regional-measure-…Sep 15, 2017 – DeSaulnier, who has vowed to fight the toll increase as it heads to the ballot next year as Regional Measure 3, said he feels the long shopping list of projects in bill is the result of what he termed a politically driven planning process on the Metropolitan Transportation Commission.…/bay-area-drivers-could-see-3-bridge-toll-increase/ Dec 16, 2016 – California News. 13 … The ballot measure would be tallied regionally among all nine Bay Area counties and would need a simple majority to pass. If Regional Measure 3gets on the ballot and is approved, a $1 toll increase would raise $127 million annually for transportation projects in Marin, Alameda