The California Supreme Court has thrown out a lawsuit challenging a 2018 ballot measure that aimed to raise billions of dollars for highway and transit projects through toll increases on seven Bay Area state bridges.
The Supreme Court’s ruling on Wednesday ends a year-long legal dispute that prevented transit agencies from accessing funds raised through Regional Measure 3, which Bay Area voters approved nearly five years ago. with 55% of the votes.
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