That includes street and sidewalk projects, traffic signal installation, bike routes and storm water improvements.
The tax was originally approved back in 1989 and has been continued every three years since.
The city says all projects promised in previous plans are complete, under contract or will be under contract this year.
If approved, it's estimated this tax will generate about $26 million over the next three years.
"That's lower than it has been in past three year cycles," says Mike Brothers, spokesperson for the City of Springfield. "We're budgeting for lower sales tax revenues that are out there and living within the means of what we think the tax will bring in realistically."
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