DALLAS — Colorado’s Regional Transportation District is putting off a decision on whether to ask voters for a sales tax increase to complete the $6.7 billion FasTracks rail plan by 2017.

At the district board meeting Tuesday, the members voted 13 to 2 to wait until May to make a decision. The board has received conflicting opinions on whether Denver-area voters would approve a 0.4-cent increase in the sales tax to cover the $2 billion funding shortfall.

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