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Measure K
Measure K LogoMeasure K Categorical Allocation ChartMeasure K is the half-cent sales tax dedicated to transportation projects in San Joaquin County. With its original passage in November 1990, Measure K began laying the groundwork for two decades of funding for a system of improved highways and local streets, new passenger rail service, regional and inter-regional bus routes, park-and-ride lots, new bicycle facilities, and railroad crossings. Its innovative multimodal approach to transportation clearly distinguishes Measure K from other countywide sales tax programs.

On November 7, 2006 San Joaquin County voters decided to extend Measure K for an additional 30 years. The renewal of Measure K is estimated to generate $2.552 billion for the transportation programs identified in the Measure K Expenditure Plan.

The categorical allocations of Measure K include local street repairs and roadway safety (35%), congestion relief projects (32.5%), railroad crossing safety projects (2.5%), and passenger rail, bus, and bicycles (30%), which includes dedicated funding for bus rapid transit and safe routes to schools.

Measure K Annual Report
The Measure K Annual Report documents yearly progress on projects funded by the Measure K sales tax (click on the graphic below to view thumbnails of the report). 

Most Recent Report View All Measure K Reports [pdf]