Prop K Publications

In November 2003, over 75% of San Francisco voters approved Prop K, extending the existing half-cent local sales tax for transportation (Prop B, approved in 1989) and approving a new 30-year Expenditure Plan identifying projects and programs to be funded by the sales tax. At the time of approval, Prop K was forecast to generate $2.35 billion (2003 $s) in revenue over 30 years and to leverage or match close to $10 billion in federal, state, and other local funds to fully fund the projects and programs identified in the Expenditure Plan. Currently, Prop K generates about $70 million annually in revenue. For more information regarding Prop K, click here. 

2003 Expenditure Plan

2005 Strategic Plan

2005 5-Year Prioritization Programs (5YPP)

2009 Strategic Plan

2009 5-Year Prioritization Programs (5YPP)