Issue / Ballot Measures

Multimodal or Just Roads: Colorado to Decide Between Two Competing Visions for Transportation

November 1, 2018 While voters across 30 states will see transportation ballot measures this Election Day, Coloradans are set to...

Not Your Run of the Millage: How Washington State’s Carbon Fee Ballot Proposal Addresses Transportation

October 23, 2018 Funding better transportation tends to be a winning proposition at the ballot box—with a success rate around 70...

Transportation at the Ballot Box: Rapid Response Webinar

When: 4:00pm ET, Wednesday, November 7, 2018 Where: via webinar [embed]https://youtu.be/vgLQF1YU-zc[/embed] Click here to...

Eno Releases Podcast Series on 2018 Transportation Ballot Measures

October 9, 2018 This November, voters across the country will decide whether they want their city or state to invest more in...

Colorado: Let’s Go, Colorado or Fix Our Damn Roads?

Colorado voters will see two competing transportation measures on their ballots this year: one that raises new revenue for all...

Unboxing Transportation Lockboxes at the Ballot Box

September 4, 2018 As Eno continues its examination of transportation at the ballot box during the 2018 midterm elections, we find...

June 5 California Primary Features Two Ballot Measures Relevant to Transportation

May 31, 2018 - California voters can weigh in on two separate transportation measures on the ballot next Tuesday, June 5. While the two...

Nashville Transit Plan One-Page Summary

One-page summary of the finances of the Nashville, Tennessee mass transit plan rejected by voters in May 2018. (All information taken...

Local Transportation Funding Plans Largely Successful in This Week’s Elections

November 9, 2017 A bevy of proposals to increase transportation spending at the state and local level, either through new...

Transportation Measures Defeated in Yesterday’s Balloting

August 9, 2017 While federal lawmakers in Washington continue to struggle to find new ways to invest in infrastructure, states and...

Checking the Blind Spots: States and Localities Turning to Voters for Transportation Investment

April 27, 2017 For all of the focus on the issue of infrastructure presidential election last year, the road, rail, air, and transit...

Congress Looks at FAST Act Implementation

April 18, 2017 On April 5, the House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee held a hearing to review implementation of the...

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