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November 8, 2016 – Los Angeles County General Election Ballot - Measure M


Metropolitan Transportation Authority- Measure M: Los Angeles County Traffic
Improvement Plan

Measure M is a transportation tax and spending plan proposed by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) and placed on the November 2016 ballot. If enacted, Measure M will double the County's transportation sales tax rate approved by voters in 2008 and will be permanent if passed. It requires a two-thirds vote to pass.


Overview 

FAQs



Commerce City Council Resolutions

A Resolution in Opposition to the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Expenditure Plan 

Education Outreach on the Impact of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Measure R-2
Transportation Plan  

*Note: Before Measure M’s official designation, the ballot measure was known as Measure R2

Press Releases


“Voters Concerned About MTA ‘Measure M’ Tax Increase”
Survey/Studies
“2016 Godbe Research Policy Survey – Summary of the Results”
Newspaper Articles
“Southeast Areas Question Measure M Benefits”
“L.A. Metro's sales tax proposal will appear on the November ballot”
“Here’s which cities are for, against a half-cent LA county transportation tax”

For more information on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s Measure M, you can visit www.metro.net/theplan. For more information from the City of Commerce on the initiative, send an e-mail to