This map posted by transit analyst and advocate Oran Viriyincy shows the Election Night returns for the vote on Proposition 1 broken out by legislative district. The proposition, seemingly on its way to a sound defeat, would have created a county transportation district to fund Metro and roads with a sales tax and car tab increase. One look at the map makes the basic story obvious — Seattle voters valued public transit enough to add the tax and car tab cost. The rest of the county? Not so much. Next week, we’ll learn more abut the plan from Friends of Transit which has announced it will focus on preserving Metro service within the city limits with a new Seattle property tax. The group plans to place an initiative on Seattle’s November ballot that could raise up to $25 million a year for the next six years, “enough to reverse most cuts to King County Metro routes that serve Seattle.” A statement from the group said members would file the ballot initiative Friday afternoon.