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Measure B Projects

Your Tax Dollars at Work

On November 4th, 2014 Alameda County Voters to Consider Extending Transportation Sales Tax.  For more information click here.

In November 2000, Alameda County voters reauthorized Measure B -- the half-cent sales tax for transportation expenditures.  The City of Livermore receives about $1 million annually from this tax source for street and trail improvements.  The following projects used approximately $1.2 million of Measure B funds for streets and trails for the prior Fiscal Year 2012-2013:

Project Name     Funded by Measure B    
Annual Pavement Overlays $400,000
Annual Slurry Seal $100,000
Annual Sidewalk Repair Program $190,000
Design of Various Trail Projects   $110,000

Approximately $1,300,000 in Measure B funds (streets and trails) is budgeted in the Capital Improvement Program for the current Fiscal Year 2013-2014.  These projects include:

Project Name     Funded by Measure B    
Trail Repairs $445,000
Trail Design $65,000
New Trail Construction $275,000
Annual Slurry Seal $100,000
Annual Pavement Overlays $200,000
Annual Sidewalk Repair Program $300,000

For more information on the Measure B program, visit Alameda CTC's website