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Scroll down to the bottom of this story to ask your questions. Reporter Tony Bizjak will be here at noon to answer them.
What transportation improvements do Sacramento residents want? Are those the improvements their communities really need for healthy long-term growth?
It’s a tricky question that county leaders are trying to sort through this month.
Their goal, they say, is to come to an agreement that will allow them to put a sales tax measure on the November ballot that would generate $8 billion over the next 40 years to expand and modernize the region’s transportation system. And the Sacramento Transportation Authority is using a recent poll gauging voter interest as its guidepost and debate starting point.
Join me, Tony Bizjak, at noon Wednesday (today!) to talk about just what Sacramento may need, and what you want to be the priorities. Share your thoughts, and ask me questions about our region’s transportation projects.
Read today’s full Back-Seat Driver column for more: “Another sales tax fight is coming to Sacramento. This one is about your commute.”
When: Join us at noon Wednesday, Feb. 12 – that’s today! – for a live chat.
What: Ask questions and chat with Back-Seat Driver writer Tony Bizjak.
Where: In the comment section at the bottom of this story.
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