On Tuesday, November 3, 2020, voters in the City of Austin approved two mobility propositions:
- Proposition A: Approving the City’s property tax rate and dedicating 8.75 cents of the operations and maintenance portion of the tax rate for Project Connect, a high-capacity transit system. Learn more about Proposition A here.
- Proposition B: $460M in voter-approved general obligation bonds for transportation infrastructure including sidewalks, transportation-related bikeways, urban trails, transportation safety projects (Vision Zero), safe routes to school and substandard streets. Learn more about Proposition B here. See the 2020 Bond webpage for more information as projects outlined in Proposition B move forward.
These elections were held in conjunction with the November General Election for Federal, State, and County offices. This website provides a general description of the mobility propositions included in the 2020 Election. It does not advocate passage or defeat of the propositions and is intended only for informational purposes.