Measure R passed in 2008 to fund transportation projects and programs.
What is Measure R?
A two-thirds majority of LA County voters approved the Measure R half-cent sales tax in 2008 to finance new transportation projects and programs, and accelerate those already in the pipeline.
The Measure R Expenditure Plan devotes its funds to seven transportation categories: 35% to new rail and bus rapid transit projects; 3% to Metrolink projects; 2% to Metro Rail system improvement projects; 20% to carpool lanes, highways and other highway related improvements; 5% to rail operations; 20% to bus operations; and 15% for Local Return programs.
The Measure contains an Expenditure Plan that identifies the projects to be funded and additional fund sources that will be used to complete the projects.
Measure R Ordinance (amended July 2021)
Measure R Expenditure Plan (amended July 2021)
Measure R Sales Tax Cash Receipts (January 2023)
Measure R Economic Impact Study by the LA Economic Development Corporation
Measure R Independent Taxpayer Oversight Committee
In accordance with Section 8 of the ordinance, the Measure R Independent Taxpayer Oversight Committee prepares an annual audit report and conducts ongoing monitoring and review of spending.
FY21 Annual Measure R Audit Report
FY15 Annual Measure R Audit Report
FY14 Annual Measure R Audit Report
FY13 Annual Measure R Audit Report
FY12 Annual Measure R Audit Report
FY11 Annual Measure R Audit Report
FY10 Annual Measure R Audit Report
Measure R Independent Taxpayer Oversight Committee Active Members
Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors
Honorable Judge Jay Gandhi
Appointed by the Mayor of the City of Los Angeles
Honorable Judge Patricia Schnegg
Appointed by the Los Angeles County City Selection Committee
Name: Monica Del Toro
Name: Lauren Choi