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Welcome to the Measure A Website

This website is designed to provide members of the public with information on the Measure A Road Repair, Congestion Relief and Transportation Safety Program.

The website is organized into various sections which include background information on the Measure A program, detailed descriptions of projects and programs included in the Investment Plan, resources such as audits and other documents, information on funding opportunities available through the program and contact information.

What is Measure A?
Measure A is a transportation measure that was approved by 79% of Santa Barbara County voters in November 2008.  Measure A is administered by the Santa Barbara County Association of Governments (SBCAG) and will provide more than $1 billion of estimated local sales tax revenues for transportation projects in Santa Barbara County over 30 years. 

Measure A will relieve traffic congestion and improve safety on Highway 101 by providing $140 million in matching funds to widen the freeway from 4 to 6 lanes south of Santa Barbara.
  The Measure A Investment Plan will also provide $455 million each for the North County and South Coast for high priority transportation projects and programs to address the current and future needs of local communities. 

In both regions, the plan provides funding for:
  > Local street improvements such as pothole repairs and  synchronized traffic signals
  > Increasing senior and disabled accessibility to public transit
  > Building safer walking and bike routes to schools
  > Providing increased opportunities for carpool and vanpool programs
News and Announcements

Measure A Annual Report!
The Annual Report is intended to illuminate the progress made in delivering the projects and programs promised to voters.

Click here to download the 2015 Annual Report as a pdf file.

Measure A Documents (pdf)
> Ordinance and Investment Plan
> Strategic Plan
> Program of Projects - Fiscal Year 16/17
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For more information about the Measure A Program, please contact info@sbcag.org.