A YESon Greenlight means we care about how our
neighbors get to and from work.
A YESon Greenlight means we want a fair way to pay
A YES on Greenlight means we share the vision of a strong community connected to its
people and places.
What is the GreenLight Pinellas Plan?
On November 4, 2014, Pinellas County residents will vote on referendum to approve a County-wide plan to improve public transportation. It includes; enhancing and expanding bus service, building local passenger rail and planning for a future rail connection to Tampa.
The GreenLight Plan will be financed with a 1% sales tax that takes effect on January 1, 2016 and the current PSTA ad valorem property tax will no longer be collected as of October 1, 2015. The 1 cent sales tax is limited to the first $5,000 spent and does not apply to groceries and medical products.
Why is the St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce
supporting the GreenLight Pinellas Plan?
Economic Development is the #1 priority of the St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce and our community needs a 21st-century transit system to compete effectively for new business and jobs.
The redevelopment of commercial and residential areas, the creation of transit connections between major activity centers, and an expansion of service to benefit our tourists, residents and environment are all possible with the GreenLight Pinellas plan.
Business Community Supports the Greenlight Pinellas Plan
Why should I support Greenlight Pinellas? Click here to find out why.
Click here to read the St. Petersburg Chamber's letter of support for Greenlight Pinellas.
MEDIA ADVISORY: St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce Endorses Greenlight Pinellas Plan