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The Santa Cruz Metropolitan Transit Districtis governed by an 11-member Board of Directors composed of representatives of the cities of Watsonville, Santa Cruz, Capitola, and Scotts Valley, and representatives from the unincorporated areas of Santa Cruz County, plus one ex-officio member from UCSC.

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02/12/2024
In September, Santa Cruz Metro made a big bet on the future of green public transit when it approved the purchase of 57 buses fueled by hydrogen—the largest order of hydrogen-fueled buses made so far in the U.S.

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02/01/2024
Big changes are coming to Santa Cruz Metro's downtown transit hub as officials push forward into the next phase of a major, multi-agency redevelopment project.

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01/19/2024
CEO/General Manager Michael Tree will retire from local transit agency Santa Cruz Metro on Feb. 16, less than two years into his tenure, due to “unexpected personal reasons.”

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12/27/2023
Santa Cruz Metro has been awarded a $2 million grant to boost affordable housing at one of its four transit centers in Santa Cruz County.

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09/27/2023
Following a public hearing, the Metro board unanimously approved a package of bus services improvements included in the first phase of its systemwide restructuring effort.

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