Measure M is Approved!
November 9, 2016 — The people of LA County communicated with a resounding voice of approval of Measure M. Voters passed Metro’s no sunset transportation ballot measure with 71.15% support.
Measure M Guidelines
In June 2017, the Metro Board adopted the Measure M Guidelines. We will keep you informed as we continue to transform transportation across our region.
- Measure M Administrative Procedures (February 2018)
- Adopted Measure M Guidelines
- June 2017 Committee Meetings Public Comments
- Measure M Draft Guidelines Comment Index
- Board Report Releasing the Draft Measure M Guidelines (March 2017)
- Board Report on the Policy Advisory Council (March 2017)
- Board Report Adopting Measure M Guidelines (June 2017)
LA County’s Measure M Lessons Learned
This report documents the story of Measure M – LA County’s ambitious transportation sales tax initiative – and Metro’s bottom-up approach that took into account the diverse needs of the county’s 10.1 million residents.
The Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) is Metro’s roadmap to improve mobility, provide more transportation options, stimulate our local economy, and create jobs. The vision of this program is to enhance our public transit program by investing in our bus system while expanding our rail system. The plan is also delivering highway improvements such as new carpool lanes and projects that are easing freeway bottlenecks for both auto and truck traffic. And, the plan invests in many other programs, including transit operations, highway maintenance, local street improvements, bicycle and pedestrian connections, and transit services for the disabled.
Thanks to revenues from Proposition A, Proposition C, and Measure R along with local, state and federal funds, Metro has extended the Gold Line to run from East LA to Azusa; opened the Silver Line from El Monte to Harbor Gateway Transit Center; opened the Expo Line Extension to Santa Monica; extended the Orange Line to Chatsworth; added ExpressLanes on both the 10 and 110 freeways; started construction on the Crenshaw/LAX, Regional Connector and Purple Line Extension rail projects and expanded bike and pedestrian programs throughout the county. But the region has more unmet critical transportation needs than there is money to meet them.