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I-912 is BAD for SNOHOMISH COUNTY

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
  • Seven Intersections
  • SR 96
  • SR 92
  • Pilchuck Creek Bridge
  • Hewitt Avenue
  • SR 528
  • Marsh Road intersection
  • 84th Street NE
  • SR 531
  • Soper Hill Road / Lundeen Parkway
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
  • US 2
  • SR 9
  • SR 92
  • SR 203
  • SR 522
  • SR 525
  • SR 530
  • SR 534
Local Roads (Annual Funding)
Arlington $62,345 Marysville $122,145
Bothell $125,992 Mill Creek $51,977
Brier $26,314 Monroe $65,653
Darrington $5,732 Mountlake Terrace $86,477
Edmonds $168,034 Mukilteo $78,292
Everett $410,712 Snohomish $36,410
Gold Bar $8,452 Snohomish County $1,045,000
Granite Falls $12,261 Stanwood $18,301
Index $640 Sultan $16,844
Lake Stevens $29,064 Woodway $4,379
Lynnwood $146,489

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.

Mass Transit
  • $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 County improvements
WHAT YOU CAN DO:
  • ASSESS THE IMPACTS TO YOU, YOUR BUSINESS, AND YOUR COMMUNITY
  • JOIN SCCIT
  • CONTRIBUTE $$$
  • TALK TO YOUR EMPLOYEES
  • VOTE NO ON I-912

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