Utah Transportation Investment Ballot Measures

Utah 2016 State, County and Local Transportation Investment Ballot Measures

LocationTypeModeDescriptionAnticipated Revenue GeneratedResultDate% Yes% NoSource
Millard CountySales TaxTransportationProposition 1: Request to implement a local-option sales and use tax of 0.25 percent, excluding food or food ingredients, for transportation infrastructure improvements including roads, trails, sidewalks, maintenance, and traffic and pedestrian safety features, with revenues divided among the county, cities and towns.$450,000 annuallyAPPROVED11/858.2841.72Read More
Summit CountySales TaxTransportationProposition 10: Request to implement a local-option sales and use tax of 0.25 percent, excluding food or food ingredients, for road improvements, maintenance and safety features.$4.1 million annuallyAPPROVED11/877.4322.57Read More
Washington CountySales TaxTransportationProposition 1: Request to implement a local-option sales and use tax of 0.25 percent, excluding food or food ingredients, for transportation infrastructure improvements including roads, bridges, trails, sidewalks, maintenance, bus and rail service. Revenue generated from this measure would be divided between cities, counties, towns, and the county's transit service. The ability to impose a local-option sales tax was granted to all Utah counties in the 2015 transportation funding legislation. Last year, 10 counties in Utah approved similar measures.$5.86 million annuallyAPPROVED11/852.2447.76Read More