The City of Lincoln is investing in streets to ensure a better tomorrow. This community effort improves the streets we drive on and our quality of life. The investments also support job creation, public safety, education, healthcare, sustainability, and economic growth. These important road projects literally lay the infrastructure to help our community thrive.
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2023 Annual Report Now Available
The Lincoln on the Move Annual Report outlines progress made in the six-year plan to invest an estimated $96 million into Lincoln’s streets.
Honestly, Streets are for Everyone
Our vast network of streets allows all of us the mobility to work, school, and play. Driving commerce through delivery of goods and welcoming thousands of visitors to our capital city provides a tremendous opportunity for Lincoln. Our neighborhood streets provide the links to our community, our family, and friends.
Street improvements in the McPhee Elementary Neighborhood
This website showcases the progress being made on the quarter-cent sales tax initiative, and the value of our streets – for all of us!
The ¼ cent sales tax will provide an estimated $13 million annually for six years. Collection began October 2019. The overall distribution of funding and a summary of revenue collections are illustrated in the following charts.
Overall Funding Allocation
Revenue Projected vs. Collected
Sales tax collected at the register shows up in city accounts approximately six weeks after the end of the month.
The delivery of projects to fix our streets with this new revenue is a follow up to initiatives conducted by a Citizens’ Coalition and the commitment to implement recommendations.
Transportation and Utilities Projects - including those not funded with quarter-cent sales tax