First community meeting for proposed ‘rail trail’ is Monday

Monday marks the Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission's first workshop to gather public input into the recently released Draft Master Plan for the Monterey Bay Sanctuary Scenic Trail Network project. The workshop is 6-8 p.m. Monday, Nov. 26 at the Aptos Community Foundation, at 7807 Soquel Drive. For information, visit sccrtc.org.
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3 Responses to First community meeting for proposed ‘rail trail’ is Monday

  1. Anonymous says:

    And, if you want to know the real agenda of our local RTC, go here with all attached pertinent articles:nnhttp://www.freedomadvocates.org/articles/transportation/a_generation_of_manipulation_and_behavior_modification_2004020687/nnAnd, if you want to know why we don’t have any money to fix our local roads, it’s because they raided STIP (State Highway Funds) to the tune of $8.8 Million, $5 Million for fixing this “rail corridor”, and $3.8 Million for finishing its purchase. Our roads can go to Hades for lack of repair:nnhttp://www.santacruzsentinel.com/community/ci_15266484

  2. Anonymous says:

    And, if you want to know the real agenda of our local RTC, go here with all attached pertinent articles:nnhttp://www.freedomadvocates.org/articles/transportation/a_generation_of_manipulation_and_behavior_modification_2004020687/nnAnd, if you want to know why we don’t have any money to fix our local roads, it’s because they raided STIP (State Highway Funds) to the tune of $8.8 Million, $5 Million for fixing this “rail corridor”, and $3.8 Million for finishing its purchase. Our roads can go to Hades for lack of repair:nnhttp://www.santacruzsentinel.com/community/ci_15266484

  3. rick biswell says:

    extreme cost to the taxpayer, poor ridership (look at san jose), bikes-peds adjacent to noisy trains, whistles (of course, neighbors welcome it in their backyards–see blogs), money taken only if a train is developed, redo of entire infrastructure, constant maintenance expenses, etc. new york needs mass transit, san francisco needs it but santa cruz county? Taxpayers–be careful and alert. This is a naked boondoggle.

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