Measure M

Voters passed Metro’s no sunset transportation ballot measure with 71.15% support.


LA County voters approved Measure M with 71.15% support in 2016. The no sunset half-cent sales tax measure funds projects to ease traffic, repair local streets and sidewalks, expand public transportation, earthquake retrofit bridges and subside transit fares for students, seniors and persons with disabilities.

Measure M partially funds many Metro projects, as well as making funding available to local jurisdictions via the Metro Subregional Program (MSP); Metro Active Transportation, Transit and First/Last Mile (MAT) Program; and Local Return.

Measure M Ordinance with Expenditure Plan

Measure M Guidelines

Measure M Guidelines, Section X Multi-Year Programs (Highway Subfunds), Revised June 2021 

Measure M Administrative Procedures

Measure M Sales Tax Cash Receipts (as of December 2021)

MAT Program Cycle 1 Award Recommendations

Metro Subregional Program Updates

Measure M Lessons Learned Report

Measure M Independent Taxpayer Oversight Committee

In accordance with Section 8 of the ordinance, the Measure M Independent Taxpayer Oversight Committee provides an enhanced level of accountability for taxpayer-funded expenditures:  

FY20 Annual Measure M Audit Report

FY19 Annual Measure M Audit Report

FY18 Annual Measure M Audit Report

Measure M Independent Taxpayer Oversight Committee Active Members

Ryan Campbell

Management and administration of financial policies, performance measure and reviews

Virginia Tanzmann

Licensed architect or engineer with appropriate credentials in the field of transportation project design or construction

Linda J. Briskman

Regional association of business representative

Richard Stranger

Retired Metrolink Executive Director

Gregory J. Amparano

Chief Operating Officer for the ECRI, Retired COO of global infrastructure projects

Contact Us

Name: Monica Del Toro

Tel: 213.922.7494

Name: Lauren Choi

Tel: 213.922.3926 

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