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The city of Fort Worth is now the latest metro to approve a tax increase to pay for road improvements in the city’s Central Business District, making it the third major Texas city to pass a $10 toll and gas fee.
The Fort Worth Council voted 4-3 Wednesday to approve a 3-cent gas tax to pay for improvements to the city’s Central Business District, a move that would also increase parking fees. The city’s general fund will raise an additional $1.2 million through the gas tax over the same time period.
“This is another tool by our council to strengthen our public safety and our quality of life,” Chief City Prosecutor Jennifer Joyce said in a statement after the vote. “We recognize that more must be done, but having the support of the residents and the city of Fort Worth is critical in making progress.”
Fort Worth is the latest major Texas city to approve an increase to local gas fees and tolls due to the state’s ongoing recession. While cities throughout the state have been forced to slash workers’ compensation costs due to the recession, there have been some exceptions.
Dallas City Council was the first in May to approve a 4-cent hike to the city’s gas taxes, while Fort Worth City Council approved the proposed 3-cent hike in August.
City Council members would have to approve the increase each time it goes before them for it to be in effect. In that way, the toll and gas fee are not a tax as originally envisioned by the City Council when passed, as that term was defined by the Texas Constitution.
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