Potential tax measure could raise $3B a year to fix roads, bridges in Calif.

11/20/2013 | San Diego Union-Tribune

Transportation California, a nonprofit group, has announced plans for a state tax measure that could generate $3 billion per year to help fund bridge and road repairs in California by raising vehicle registration fees. "Our (transportation) infrastructure is crumbling," said Will Kempton, head of the group. "We need to make an investment as soon as possible. It's only going to get more expensive as time goes on," Kempton added. The measure would need voter approval and could appear on the state's November 2014 ballot.

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