We are all suffering from traffic, traffic and more traffic. As the planet heats up, how can we best use the existing, publicly-owned rail corridor to fight climate change, provide safe and affordable transportation for all and improve our collective quality of life?
Did you know the rail corridor runs from Davenport to Watsonville and is located within 1 mile of 44 schools, 92 parks and half our County’s entire population? Did you know the Trail will begin construction this year? Did you know the entire Trail could be done in ten years? Bring your curiosity and questions to this informative presentation on the Trail with Transit options. This will be a short 15 minute presentation so please arrive by 7:00pm. The presentation is followed by a 60 minute question & answer period with a panel of experts.
When: Tuesday, April 17th at 7:00 PM. Come at 6:30 for snacks and mingling.
Where: Temple Beth El 3055 Porter Gulch Road, Aptos, CA
Free. Open to the Public. Donations appreciated. Bring a friend.
Please Arrive Sustainably: Bus # 91x, 71, 69w, or 55; bike; carpool
350.org- Climate Solutions
Campaign for Sustainable Transportation
The Land Trust of Santa Cruz County
Friends of the Rail Trail
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