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The Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) is governed by a twelve member commission. Various committees, subcommittees and working groups assist in the planning process and in making recommendations that are ultimately presented to the Commission for consideration and decision-making.

Commission, committee and working group meetings provide forums for public input on issues and projects sponsored by the RTC. The community can play a part in planning the future of our region by attending meetings and public hearings of the RTC and its committees.  The RTC actively seeks public opinion on work programs and projects at all stages of the development process.

Committees include representation from the member jurisdictions. Subcommittees or working groups may include other agency members or members of the public.

RTC staff provides support for each committee or working group. Meetings are posted on the RTC calendar and are open to the public. Please check the calendar for any changes in meeting times and dates or call the number listed below.

ADA Participation. The RTC is committed to its compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Please contact the RTC at least 3 days in advance of a meeting if special accommodations are needed. If any document, webpage, meeting, or recording is inaccessible to you, kindly alert us at or by calling 831-460-3200.

Remote Participation

Members of the public may participate in the meetings of the Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) and its committees either in person or remotely. Voting members are expected to attend meetings in person. If unable to do so, the voting member may use AB2449 to participate remotely when there is “just cause” or if “emergency circumstances” exist.

“Just cause” is defined as any of the following:

  • Providing childcare or caregiving of a parent, grandparent, grandchild, sibling, spouse, or domestic partner that requires the member to participate remotely
  • A contagious illness that prevents attendance in person.
  • Tending to a need related to a physical or mental disability.
  • Travelling for business of the legislative body or another state or local agency.

“Emergency circumstances” are defined as follows:

  • A physical or family medical emergency that prevents a member of a legislative body from attending in person.

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