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What does "TBD" on my vehicle license renewal bill mean? What is it used for?
The Burien Transportation Benefit District (TBD) was formed in 2009 to fund transportation improvements within the District. The District boundaries are the same as the City’s.
The TBD is funded by an annual vehicle license fee charged on all vehicles registered with the City of Burien. It appears on your vehicle license renewal bill as “TBD.” In 2017, the excise tax increased from $10 to $20.

The first $10 is used to pay half the debt service on a major overlay project that was completed in 2011. The second $10 is being used to expand the annual pavement management program, which includes overlay and other pavement treatments that extend the life of our streets.

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