(FOX 2) - In three of Michigan's biggest counties, voters approved funding public transportation in Metro Detroit. Voters from Oakland, Macomb, and Wayne counties approved the taxes for more public transportation by wide margins.
All voters in the tri-county region were asked on Tuesday, Nov. 8, about a tax hike for some communities that would provide millions for SMART to run countywide, as well as funding for smaller transportation providers like western and northern Oakland transportation authorities and the Older Persons' Commission.
Below are results for both Wayne and Oakland counties as they come in.
In Macomb County, voters approved the millage by an almost two-to-one margin.