Already funded $546M
Proposed funding $3.32B
Southern California needs $14 billion to reduce smog. What are you willing to pay?
Regulators are more than $10 billion short of their goal and risk tough economic sanctions for missing federal smog-reduction deadlines. The money would go toward reducing ozone pollution by paying for cleaner cars, trucks and equipment.
How would you make up the shortfall? Use the sliders and/or impose new fees and taxes to prioritize.
Increase sales tax
Hike vehicle registration fees
Raise gas tax
Impose cargo fee
$35/shipping container through ports of L.A. or Long Beach
Tax crude oil
10% tax on each barrel of oil extracted in L.A. and Orange counties
Raise property tax
0.01% levy, about $50 a year for a $500,000 home
Sources: South Coast Air Quality Management District