This route would provide good service without needing to use the rail corridor. It includes a balance of one-way loops, which increase the locations served, and bidirectional guideway, which may help to reduce costs while still connecting Watsonville to Santa Cruz. Measured in one-way guideway, it totals 41.2 miles.
This route makes use of the rail corridor while also providing direct service to many locations in Watsonville, Santa Cruz, Aptos, Soquel, and Capitola. It totals 41.3 miles of one-way guideway.
And for another proposed route connecting the Santa Cruz Boardwalk to UCSC, please see SantaCruzPRT.com.