A current AAA of Idaho survey reveals growing support for legislative action that would give local option tax the authority for transportation funding purposes. According to the survey, registered voters were given a choice of where and how the additional revenues from local option taxes could be used.
59% said that they would approve the use of sales tax receipts to help pay for road and bridge infrastructure.
19% said it should be used for public transportation, including buses, vans, and rails.
And 22% claimed to be undecided.
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