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What is Measure C and the Fresno County Transportation Authority (FCTA)?

In 1986, Fresno County voters passed Measure C, a half-cent sales tax aimed at improving the overall quality of Fresno County’s transportation system, including the County and all 15 cities within the County. In its first 20 years, Measure C delivered more than $1 billion of improvements to state highways, county roadways and city streets, along with the construction of over 50 new lanes of Freeway throughout the County. As a result of the successful original measure, in November 2006 Fresno County voters chose to extend Measure C for additional 20 years; 2007-2027.

Citizen Oversight Committee

Citizen Oversight Committee

Our 13-member Citizen Oversight Committee is in search of TWO Community Organization Appointees, consistent with the November 2006 voter-approved...

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Measure C Expenditure Plan

Measure C Expenditure Plan

The complete original Expenditure plan along with projected tax-generated funds for the next 20 years. Overseen by the Fresno County...

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New Technology Reserve Program

New Technology Reserve Program

An innovative new program to help address air quality and to take advantage of advances in technology and transportation in the Central Valley has...

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State Route 180 / Kings Canyon Expressway

State Route 180 / Kings Canyon Expressway

This informational video will show Highway 180 East Expansion in progress…

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