Here's the METRO referendum on General Mobility Payments, with light blue indicating that the Yesses were between 50%-75%.
On the whole, the referendum passed as follows:
It takes some straining to see, but there does appear to be a faint view of some Anglo Dem angst at Metro inside the loop. It obviously wasn't enough to turn a majority in many precincts as almost all of the pure, "No" boxes were simply due to low numbers in split precincts voting against.
What you'd make of the lack of enthusiasm for the referendum outside of that, I'm interested in hearing any theories.