Voters in over a dozen Michigan counties and towns approved measures to renew or increase local property taxes to support transportation investment by an average rate of 66 percent.  The specific measures and results include:

  • Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation (SMART): Renewal of an existing property tax, and increase from 0.59 mills to 1 mill.
    • Macomb County: Yes, 60%-40%
    • Wayne County: Yes, 63%-37%
    • Oakland County: Yes, 74%-26%
  • Mass Transit Authority (MTA): Renewal of an existing 0.4 mill property tax.
    • Genessee County: Yes, 68%-32%
  • Capital Area Transit Authority (CATA): Renewal of a 3.007 mills property tax for 5 more years (2016-2020).
    • Eaton County: Results Pending.
    • Clinton County : Yes, 77%-68%
    • Ingham County : Yes, 74%-25%
  • Shiawassee Area Transportation Agency (SATA)
    • Bennington Township (Property tax up to 0.3333 mills for 4 years): Yes, 62%-37%
    • Caledonia Township (Property tax of 0.19 mills annually for a period of 2 years): Yes, 62%-37%
    • Charter Township of Owosso (Property tax of 0.333 mills each year for 4 years): Yes, 70%-29%
    • City of Perry (Renewal of existing 0.25 mills property tax annually for a period of 2 years): Yes, 67%-32%
  • Dial-A Ride
    • City of Buchanan (Property tax of 1 mill for 4 years): Yes, 75%-25%
    • City of Niles (Property tax up to one-half mill for 2 years): Yes, 75%-25%
  • North Oakland Transit Agency: Property tax of 0.25 mill.
    • Addison Township: No, 49%-51%
    • Orion Township: Yes, 50%-49%
    • Oxford Township: Yes, 54%-46%
  • Delta Area Transit Authority: 0.5 mill property tax increase.
    • Escanaba Township: Yes, 53%-47%
    • Well Township: Yes, 52%-48%
    • Manistee County: Yes, 71%-29%
    • Marquette County: Yes, 76%-24%