Oregon Vehicle Classes to Proportionately Share Highway Costs, Measure 76 (1999)
The Oregon Vehicle Classes to Proportionately Share Highway Costs Amendment, also known as Measure 76, was on the November 2, 1999 ballot in Oregon as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment, where it was approved. The measure required light and heavy vehicles to proportionately share highway costs through vehicle fees and a fuel tax.
|Oregon Measure 76 (1999)|
Election results via: Oregon Blue Book
SJR 44 -Amends Constitution: Requires Light, Heavy Motor Vehicle Classes Proportionately Share Highway Costs
 Supporters agreed that the measure would make sure all motorists, even those from out of state pay their fair share of taxes.
Fair Funding for Better Roads said, "without the measure, heavy out-of-state trucks could pay less than their fair share of the cost of damage they do to Oregon highways".
Some of the other supporters were:
- Oregon State Building and Construction Trades Council
- League of Oregon Cities
- Oregon Transportation Commission
- Oregon Farm Bureau Federation
- Dump Trucking Inc.
- State Senator Lee Beyer
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