Vote No on Prop 6

Say NO to Prop 6 –Stop the Attack on Bridge and Road Safety and less funding for Public Transportation:

350 Sacramento is proud to stand with the League of Women Voters of California, the California Labor Federation AFL-CIO, Breathe California, the Sierra Club, and more than 400 organizations in opposition to Prop 6 because it threatens the safety of our roads and bridges. In addition, funding for climate friendly transportation and public transit improvement projects currently underway could be stopped.

Prop 6 on the November ballot would eliminate more than $5 billion annually in existing transportation funds and stops funding for more than 6,500 bridge and road safety, transportation and public transit improvement projects. In the Sacramento region, we could lose 561 projects filling potholes and repaving crumbling roads; 60 traffic congestion relief projects; 247 projects improving local road safety; 42 projects improving bridge safety; and 80 improvements for walkers, bicyclists and Sacramento Regional Transit. RT could lose 20 new buses and platform improvements and expanded service to Folsom Light Rail.

Join us in voting NO on Prop 6 this November to stop the attack on bridge and road safety and to support public transportation. See noprop6.com for more information.

The Transportation Team is tabling at the Sunday Farmers’ Market under the freeway; stop by and say hello. Contact 350 Sacramento for how you can help. If you are wondering how to vote, see the Sacramento County Voter Registration and Election website. To register to vote on line, www.sos.ca.gov/elections/voter-registration. Ballots will be mailed beginning Oct. 8th. Ballot drop off centers will be opening throughout the county during Oct. November 6th is the last day to vote.

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