DALLAS — New economic reality may alter the current financial plan for the Denver area’s $6.2 billion FasTracks transportation project, a consultant’s report suggests.

Facing a $2.3 billion shortfall in revenues to support the current plan, the Regional Transportation District — which serves as the transit authority for greater Denver — expects to ask voters next spring for an additional sales tax increase five years after they approved the 0.4% sales tax to pay for FasTracks project over 12 years.

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