Measure D Helps Emergency Services

The Transportation Improvement Plan (Measure D) – which will be before Santa Cruz County voters on the November presidential ballot –  will improve local transportation, make roads safer, and allow 9–1–1 emergency vehicles to respond to calls for service in a shorter amount of time.  Reducing response times by a few seconds or minutes for police, fire and ambulance services can be the difference between life and death.  Adding safety features to local roads for drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians means fewer emergency visits to local hospitals and fewer accidents.

For additional information, please click on the flyer link below or visit the Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission website.

You can view the “However You Move – Get There Safer and Faster! Safety and First Responders” Flyer


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