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Intro


We are now
Santa Cruz County Greenway

Supporting the County’s transportation goals in the use of bicycling, walking, and transit.

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Intro


We are now
Santa Cruz County Greenway

Supporting the County’s transportation goals in the use of bicycling, walking, and transit.

Sign the Petition

Download Our Study

We believe, after exhaustive research of all options, that the Trail-Only design is the only solution that gets the most people moving at a cost our community can afford.  Want to learn more about the Great Santa Cruz Trail?  Download the study!

 

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The objective of the Great Santa Cruz Trail Study is to facilitate a regional, public discussion regarding the option to convert up to 32 miles of existing rail corridor to a multi-use trail between Santa Cruz and Watsonville.

 
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Aptos Village


"The Great Santa Cruz Trail will act as a beautiful linear park showcasing the natural beauty of the Santa Cruz County coastline without the
interruption of periodic train activity in close proximity."

Aptos Village


"The Great Santa Cruz Trail will act as a beautiful linear park showcasing the natural beauty of the Santa Cruz County coastline without the
interruption of periodic train activity in close proximity."

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41st


"Around 90% of all rail trails have people walk and bicycle where
train passage has ceased."

41st


"Around 90% of all rail trails have people walk and bicycle where
train passage has ceased."

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Seabright


“Investments in trails, bike lanes, and bicycle-sharing systems
have high levels of return on investment."

Seabright


“Investments in trails, bike lanes, and bicycle-sharing systems
have high levels of return on investment."

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Nothern Reach


"The Great Santa Cruz Trail will result in an estimated 6,105 total daily cyclists, and 13,567 total daily users, including pedestrians."

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Nothern Reach


"The Great Santa Cruz Trail will result in an estimated 6,105 total daily cyclists, and 13,567 total daily users, including pedestrians."

Download Study