Our legislature produced a balanced and affordable
transportation funding package.
I-912 will take it away!
WHAT WE WILL GET (OR LOSE):
SR 9 Corridor Woodinville to Arlington $133 million
Widening from Maltby to Snohomish
Pilchuck Creek Bridge
Marsh Road intersection
84th Street NE
Soper Hill Road /
I-5 Corridor $121.5 million
Lynnwood at SR 525
Smokey Point Interchange at 172nd St. NE, Arlington
196th Street SW (SR 524) at Alderwood Mall
116th Street NE. Corridor Improvements, Marysville
41st Street Interchange, Everett
SR 532 Corridor, Camano Island to I-5
I-405 Corridor $45 million
195th Street to SR 527
SR 532 Corridor Improvements $51.3 million
Bridge Replacements $46 million
Stanwood area - Gen. Mark Clark Memorial Bridge on SR 532
Marysville / Everett - Ebey Slough Bridge on SR 529
Earthquake Protection for Bridges
Local Roads (Annual Funding)
These annual funds will continue for 16 years if I-912 is defeated.
Snohomish County will lose an estimated $40 million in future local revenues if I-912 passes.
The Transportation Improvement Board (TIB) will receive an
additional $7 million per year from the 9.5 cent fuel tax to
support transportation projects throughout the State of
Washington. Over the past decade, Snohomish County and its
Cities have received over $200 million in funding from TIB to
support over 1/2 billion dollars in local transportation projects.
$30 million statewide for park and ride lots
(Locations not specified).
Other transit monies could be at risk if the Legislature must
make adjustments because of I-912.
AND, if I-342 ("$30 means $30") succeeds next year
WHAT YOU WILL PAY:
3 1/2 cents of this tax package is already being charged. The remaining 6 cents will be phased in through 2008.
When the full 9.5 cent increase is in place, the additional
cost to the average driver in the average car will be $4.75 a
month. This will buy 1/2 billion dollars in Snohomish
WHAT YOU CAN DO:
ASSESS THE IMPACTS TO YOU, YOUR BUSINESS, AND YOUR COMMUNITY