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Cities, Counties, Transportation Agencies and Labor Join Coalition to Protect Transportation Revenues

March 8, 2018
Each week the Coalition to Protect Local Transportation Improvements grows as more cities, counties, transportation agencies and other organizations become part of the effort to support the passage of Proposition 69 and oppose any effort to repeal SB 1. 
 
The coalition represents business, labor, local government, transportation advocates and taxpayers.
 
Proposition 69 is on the June 2018 statewide ballot to add constitutional protections to the new revenues generated by SB 1. By passing Prop. 69, voters can ensure that these critical funds can only be used for transportation improvement purposes and prevents the Legislature from diverting these funds.
 
The most recent coalition members are:
  • City of Clayton
  • City of Duarte
  • City of Fortuna
  • City of King City
  • City of Malibu
  • City of Martinez
  • City of San Rafael
  • City of Santa Cruz
  • City of Sonora
  • City of Union City
  • City of Waterford
  • City of Yountville
  • Humboldt County Association of Governments
  • Marin County Council of Mayors and Councilmembers
  • Placer County Transportation Planning Agency
  • Santa Cruz Regional Transportation Commission
  • San Rafael Chamber of Commerce
  • Sonoma County Transportation Authority
  • Sonoma Marin Area Rail Transit District (SMART)
  • Stanislaus Council of Governments
  • Greater Merced Chamber of Commerce
  • Transportation Agency of Monterey County
  • Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District
  • California Nevada Conference of Operating Engineers
  • AFSCME California PEOPLE
  • AFSCME District Council 36
  • Laborers International Union of North America (LiUNA!) Local 1184
  • TransForm
Additional information about Prop. 69 and a complete list of the coalition can be found at https://fixcaroads.com.


 
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