Dec 10, 2012
Amendment 64 prevailed in city, went down in county
Amendment 64 passed by just 10 votes in El Paso County in November, but neighborhood by neighborhood, the vote was anything but close.
KXRM-TV Colorado Springs
Plans in place for $28 million PPRTA tax revenue
El Paso County voters approved an extension of the sales tax put in place to support the PPRTA, so where is that money going to go? Since 2004 the Pikes Peak Rural Transportation Authority has been fixing our roadways in disrepair and adding better interchanges to make your travels around town a little less stressful.
ELECTION 2012: PPRTA tax extension passing
A tax extension to continue to improve area roads and bridges was heading for victory in early returns released just after 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Question 5a looking to extend sales tax for transit
Pikes Peak Rural Transportation Authority board members trumpeted a milestone last week when the 50th and final project on their A list had design funding approved.