Who We Are:
The Campaign for Sustainable Transportation is a group of individuals and organizations focused on Santa Cruz County transportation policies and issues. Although in February of 2018 we changed our name to substitute “Sustainable” for “Sensible”, our Mission and Goals have remained the same. Our website address is now SustainableTransportationSC.org.
Our Mission: To promote a balanced, sustainable transportation system that serves all members of our community, without causing increased air and noise pollution and without degrading the aesthetic quality of our surroundings.
The Campaign was formed in June, 2001. Our current co-chairs are Rick Longinotti and Bruce Van Allen. Our treasurer is Peter Scott. Our webmasters are Bill Malone and Peter Scott. Feel free to write to us by clicking on this link, or by sending a note to us at
The Campaign for Sustainable Transportation
P.O Box 7927
Santa Cruz, CA 95061.
Consider making a donation to help maintain this website. Cruzio honors us with a 50% discount, but we still have to pay the monthly bill. You can make a donation either by sending a check to us at the above address, or by clicking on the Donate button above.
Organizations currently participating in the Campaign* include the Sierra Club, Friends of the Rail & Trail, Mission: Pedestrian, the Santa Cruz Friends Meeting, Santa Cruz PRT, Bike Santa Cruz County, and the Watsonville Brown Berets.
*Note: A “participating organization” is one that works with us to achieve commonly shared goals.
We have these goals:
To convince our decision makers of the value of a variety of transportation modes, including bus, rail, bicycle, pedestrian and car, so as to provide a balanced, workable system that serves all county residents, reduces our dependence on the automobile and reduces greenhouse gas emissions.
To educate our community on the ineffectiveness of highway widening as a method for reducing traffic congestion.
To educate our community about the financial, environmental and societal costs of highway widening.
To promote alternatives to the widening of Highway 1 by researching and publicizing the practical merits of various transportation modes.