Voters across San Francisco, Santa Clara and San Mateo counties will see Measure RR on their ballots this November. If passed, it will increase the sales tax in those counties by one-eighth of a percentage point and dedicate that revenue — an estimated $108 million per year — to Caltrain, creating the first dedicated funding for a system that currently relies on annual discretionary appropriations from its member counties. SPUR believes that Caltrain is a key part of our regions rapid transit network, and has recommended a “yes” vote as part of our voter guide. However, the measure must receive a collective two-thirds majority vote across all three counties in order to pass. To help it cross the finish line, join us for an evening of phone banking; we’ll be making calls to fellow voters encouraging them to vote for this critical ballot measure.
Co-presented by Friends of Caltrain and Seamless Bay Area.
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