Peoria eyes significant transportation funding source

By Philip Haldiman | Peoria Independent

A significant funding source that has generated about $4.3 billion in tax revenues since 2006 for transportation in Peoria and throughout Maricopa County expires in 2025, so city officials are planning to ensure they get a piece of the pie if funding is renewed.

Proposition 400, approved by 58% of Maricopa County voters in 2004, provided the Valley with a half-cent sales tax for transportation that resulted in some of the region’s biggest projects during the past 10 years.

Peoria officials are submitting projects they hope will be included in the extension of this massive tax plan come November 2022, when it is expected to be on the ballot.

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