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Mayor advances $1.55 billion transportation levy for November ballot
Mayor advances $1.55 billion transportation levy for November ballot

Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell signed into law legislation that will place the Transportation Levy on Seattle voters’ ballots in November 2024. If approved by voters, the eight-year, $1.55 billion Transportation Levy will provide funding to enhance the city’s transportation infrastructure including building sidewalks, paving streets, repairing bridges, and improving transit connections. The levy includes investments in the safety, maintenance, and modernization needs of Seattle’s transportation infrastructure and incorporates robust community input.

Speakers and attendees include:
Mayor Bruce Harrell, City of Seattle
Greg Spotts, Director, Seattle Department of Transportation
Rob Saka, Seattle City Councilmember, District 1
Rachel Smith, President and CEO, Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce
Lee Lambert, Executive Director, Cascade Bicycle Club
Katie Garrow, Executive Secretary Treasurer, MLK Labor
Monty Anderson, Executive Secretary, Seattle Building Trades

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