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Measure raising Bay Area bridge tolls was legal, appeals court rules
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Measure raising Bay Area bridge tolls was legal, appeals court rules

Published: June 30, 2020  |  2 min read, 355 words
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Photo: Liz Hafalia / The ChronicleA toll increase for seven Bay Area bridges, on the local ballot in 2018 to fund projects to increase mass transit and reduce traffic congestion, was legally approved by 55% of the voters and did not require the two-thirds majority needed for a tax increase, a state appeals court ruled Monday.Regional Measure 3 was designed to raise $4.5 billion to improve and increase bus, ferry, BART and commuter rail service. The first $1 toll increase took effect in January 2019 on the Bay Bridge and the San Mateo-Hayward, Richmond-San Rafael, Dumbarton, Carquinez,... READ MORE
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