The November 5 general election is almost one month away and ballots drop in mid October. We need all hands on deck to defeat Eyman’s I-976 that would devastate our transportation system in Washington State.

This initiative would limit all car tab fees across Washington State to $30, as well as reduce a host of other vehicle licensing and weight fees. Though this may sound appealing to voters at first blush, its impacts to our entire transportation system would be devastating. This initiative would cut funding to life-saving transit services, leave potholes unfilled, delay major projects from the Connecting Washington package, and blow a $20 billion hole in Sound Transit’s regional light rail budget — and these are only a few of the impacts.

Coalition members, transit supporters, friends: It’s time to turn the volume up! Please sign up for volunteer opportunities with TCC below.

TCC No on I-976 Volunteer Sign-Up

  • Join No On I-976 and Transportation Choices Coalition for weekly Monday and Wednesday phone banks as we get the word out to voters across the state that I-976 will have impacts on their health, safety, and communities. Transportation Choices Coalition, 1402 3rd Ave Ste 310, Seattle, WA 98101
  • Join Transportation Choices Coalition and help us flyer at transit hubs in downtown Seattle during the week of October 28 - November 1! We’ll be handing out ‘No on 976’ materials to transit riders to spread the word. Meet at Transportation Choices Coalition, 1402 3rd Ave Ste 310, Seattle, WA 98101.
  • Join Transportation Choices Coalition and help us flyer at transit hubs in Seattle on October 25 7-9 am! We’ll be handing out ‘No on 976’ materials to transit riders to spread the word.

You can find more volunteer opportunities all across Washington on the No on I-976 website here.

If you have other interests or resources to contribute to the campaign, get in touch! We will make sure you are plugged in.

Tim Eyman’s I-976 threatens all we have worked for together and we must defeat it . TCC will be doing all of the above, and more, to ensure people in Washington keep the transit services they need, and to make sure our hard-fought transportation projects stay on track. Will you join us?

Learn more about the devastating impacts here.

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