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This is an informational outreach site about the renewal of Measure T. To learn more about the Steering Committee, expenditure plan and the process for renewal please visit www.maderactc.org/measuret/page/measure-t-renewal

In addition to state and federal funding, transportation improvements in Madera County have been supported by a ½ cent sales tax measure known as Measure T, initially approved in 1990 and renewed in 2006 by voters.

 

Measure T provides over $12 million per year in locally controlled funding for local transportation projects, including highway and interchange upgrades, road repair and improvements, public transit, bike and pedestrian safety and other programs to relieve traffic and provide safe and affordable transportation options for all residents.

   MEASURE T FAST FACTS:   

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$204 million in new locally controlled transportation funding over 20 years

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45 miles of County roads repaired and repaved

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42 bus stops installed in the City of Madera

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20% of local roads in Chowchilla improved

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$226 million in leveraged matching funds from
the State and
Federal government

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   FUNDING SET TO EXPIRE   

Measure T was approved with a 20-year expiration date and will expire soon unless renewed by voters. The Madera County Board of Supervisors has placed a measure on the November 8, 2022 ballot to renew this source of local transportation funding at the current rate.

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  CONTACT US  

We invite community feedback about renewing Measure T funding. For questions or comments please email MeasureT@maderactc.org.

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