Local Impacts OF DECLINING REVENUES

California’s roads are in crisis. Due to additional losses in gas tax revenue, the California Transportation Commission (CTC) slashed funding by $754 million over the next five years, the largest cut in two decades. Cities and counties are also experiencing major declines in gas tax revenues, with revenues from the price-based gas tax declining an average of 77% over a three year period.

Due to these cuts, hundreds of projects statewide are at risk of being delayed indefinitely or stopped altogether. Find your legislative district below to see which projects in your area are at risk, and what losing them would mean to your community.

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Paid for by the Coalition to Protect Local Transportation Improvements, sponsored by business, labor, local governments, transportation advocates and taxpayers
Committee Major Funding from
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