Support Safer Roads AND Protect Local Transportation Projects

Support Prop 69 and Oppose Repeal of SB1 to protect safer roads and transportation improvements in YOUR community.

SUPPORT PROP 69

June ballot measure that prohibits the state Legislature from raiding new transportation funds and ensures funds can only be used for transportation projects.

Learn why you should support Prop 69

OPPOSE SB 1 Repeal

Oppose the proposed November ballot measure to repeal SB 1 that would rob our communities of vital local road safety and transportation improvement funds.

Find out why you should oppose the repeal of SB1

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What's at Stake: Repealing SB 1 would jeopardize:

4000
Transportation projects across CA

Safer Roads

Traffic Congestion Relief

682
Jobs

SUPPORT PROP 69

Prohibits Legislature From Redirecting Transportation Funding

This measure would block the Legislature from borrowing or diverting revenues for non-transportation purposes

Extends Constitutional Protections to the Revenues Generated by SB 1

Ensures these funds can only be used for transportation improvement projects

OPPOSE SB 1 Repeal

Repealing SB 1 is a dangerous proposition that would:

Jeopardize public safety

This measure will cut funding currently dedicated to fixing roads and unsafe bridges.

TAKE AWAY ROAD IMPROVEMENT FUNDS DEDICATED TO EVERY COMMUNITY

SB 1 guarantees funds to every city and county.

MAKE TRAFFIC CONGESTION WORSE

CA freeways are among the most congested in the nation.

Cost drivers more money in the long-run

The average driver spends $739 per year on repairs because of bad roads.

Hurt job creation and our economy

This measure would eliminate over 680,000 good paying jobs and more than $182 billion in economic growth.

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Paid for by the Coalition to Protect Local Transportation Improvements, Yes on Prop. 69, sponsored by business, labor, local governments, transportation advocates and taxpayers
Committee Major Funding from
California Alliance for Jobs
State Building and Construction Trades Council of California
United Contractors
Funding details at www.fppc.ca.gov