Voters in Wilmington, North Carolina will decide if the state will move forward with $55 million transportation bonds after the Wilmington City Council unanimously decided July 8 to put the measure on the November 4 ballot.

Of the $55 million proposed, $44 million would be borrowed, with the city leveraging $11 million in existing funds. If approved by voters, the bond would also result in a two-cent property tax increase.

$35 million would be allocated for road projects and $20 million for bicycle and pedestrian projects.