Commissioners called for three propositions including:
- A) $600 million for limited-access roadway, or LAR, projects;
- B) $140 million for arterial roads, including the reconstruction and rehabilitation of arterial roads;
- and C) $10 million for open space and parks.
Commissioner Duncan Webb said this bond election is not expected to affect the county’s overall tax rate.
Proposition A will be general funding for projects, which could include US 380, the Collin County Outer Loop and a north-south corridor, Webb told Community Impact Newspaper in a previous interview.
According to county documents, Proposition A will be used to construct non-tolled, high-speed highways and freeways throughout the county and related service and frontage roads.
Proposition B will be used to construct, improve and maintain roads and bridges throughout Collin County, including the acquisition of land and rights-of-way, according to county documents.
According to county documents, Proposition C will be used for acquiring and improving land for park and open space purposes, including county-city projects.
Commissioners voiced support for the bond election in April, with the cities of McKinney, Plano, Frisco, Farmersville and Anna and the town of Prosper in support, but no formal vote was taken at that time.
In June 2017, commissioners discussed calling for a transportation bond election but no formal vote was taken.