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Santa Cruz Rail Trail Presentation

The Land Trust of Santa Cruz County is hosting a presentation titled “All About Your Local Rail Trail” tonight, December 8th from 7-8 pm . Featured speakers will be: Stephen Slade, Deputy Director of  ... [Read More]

All About Your Local Rail Trail

The Land Trust of Santa Cruz County is hosting a presentation on everything you need to know about your local rail trail. Our featured speakers will be: Cory Caletti, Senior Transportation Planner  ... [Read More]

RTC receives $6.3M for 5 mile north coast Rail Trail

Earlier today, the RTC accepted a grant award of $6.3 million in funds from the Federal Highway Administration’s (FHWA) Federal Lands Access Program for a 5-mile rail trail segment in the north coast  ... [Read More]

Land Trust Joins County Rail Trail Bid

The Land Trust of Santa Cruz County has agreed to provide a $2.5 million match to applications being submitted by the County of Santa Cruz to build a Coastal Rail Trail project through Live Oak. The  ... [Read More]

Coastal Rail Trail – Grant Finalist

A 4.6-mile segment of the coastal rail trail project is one of the finalists for funding from the Federal Highway Administration’s (FHWA) Federal Lands Access Program. The north coast rail trail  ... [Read More]

Progress continues on the Coastal Rail Trail

The Coastal Rail Trail project continues to reach new milestones. The Monterey Bay Sanctuary Scenic Trail (MBSST) Network is a planned 50-mile bicycle and pedestrian trail system that will utilize the  ... [Read More]

Tracks, Trails, Truths and Myths

By George Dondero The subject of the rail-trail is getting a lot of attention these days. Detailed and well-articulated opinions are flowing from many sources. Passions are running strong. In the  ... [Read More]

Rail and Trail Frequently Asked Questions

Rail and Trail Frequently Asked Questions Please see the Rail Transit Study page or the MBSST/Rail Trail page for more details Why did the RTC acquire the rail corridor for the community? Why  ... [Read More]

Trail Master Plan receives American Trails Planning and Design Award

American Trails, a national organization dedicated to trails, selected the Monterey Bay Sanctuary Scenic Trail Master Plan as an exemplary document that demonstrates outstanding planning, design and  ... [Read More]

Monterey Bay Sanctuary Scenic Trail Network $5M grant submitted

In partnership with the US Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the Land Trust of Santa Cruz County, and the California Coastal Conservancy, the RTC submitted a $5M grant application to the Federal Lands  ... [Read More]