“Bundling” Strategies Changing?

Via Planetizen:

In recent years we’ve seen a series of ballot measures (sometimes property taxes, but more often sales taxes) around the country to fund ‘balanced’ transportation investments, i.e., a combination of (usually rail) transit and roads. Metro has been watching the political tea leaves for some time calculating whether such a measure would pass here.

But an article in the [Seattle] Stranger suggests this might be becoming passé and suggests a recent vote and poll indicates that leaders and voters may be losing their appetite for roads as part of balanced packages.

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