This page provides an overview of major elections related to transportation in the U.S., that are planned for November 8, 2022. Major referenda for transportation for voters to approve and major mayoral and gubernatorial races are detailed. As results come in, this page will be updated. Note: The tables are easier to visualize on desktop/tablet.
Check out whatsontheballot.com for a whole variety of other key local races around the country. For a full accounting of all transportation measures, see CFTE.
Local referenda on transportation
Location and referendum
Ann Arbor-Ypsilati, Michigan property tax (August 2022)
Millage proposal would raise $110 million for five years and expand transit services, including increased weekend and night frequencies.
Athens-Clarke County, Georgia 1-cent sales tax (May 2022)
TSPLOST would raise $145 million for five years by continuing an existing tax.
Hillsborough County, Florida (Tampa) 1-cent sales tax
Would raise taxes for 30 years. 45% of revenue would be allocated for HART transit service; the remainder would go to local jurisdictions and the MPO. Similar to 2018 referendum that passed, but later ruled unconstitutional by state supreme court.
New Hanover County, North Carolina (Wilmington) 0.25-cent sales tax
Would raise $140 million over 10 years. 40% for bike/ped; 46% for transit; and 16% to realign freight rail routes to cut delays.
Orange County, Florida (Orlando) 1-cent sales tax
Transportation sales tax referendum would raise $12 billion for 20 years to improve transportation. 45% of revenues for transit; 45% for county roads; and 10% for municipal needs.