In 1990, Orange County voters approved OC Go (formerly Measure M), a 20-year program for transportation improvements funded by a half-cent sales tax. OC Go allocates all sales tax revenues to specific Orange County transportation improvement projects in three major areas—freeways, streets, roads and transit. In 2006, voters approved the extension of OC Go for another 30 years.

The OC Go Taxpayer Oversight Committee (TOC) reviews OCTA’s administration of OC Go every year to make sure both the spirit and the letter of OC Go are fulfilled.

If you are not able to attend the OC Go Annual Public Hearing, please provide your comments below.

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