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COAST provides advocacy, education and outreach to improve transportation options in the Santa Barbara and Ventura Regions, promoting rail, bus, bike and pedestrian access.

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Buy Fair Trade for the Holidays and Support COAST!

25% of ALL Sales go to COAST!

November 1st thru December 31st
exclusively at Novica.com/COAST

You need to shop for the holidays, so why not make it Fair Trade, and support COAST at the same time!  In partnership with National Geographic, Novica offers beautiful Fair Trade and socially responsible products handcrafted from around the world to empower the artisans that make the items you purchase online.  And this holiday season, Novica is donating 25% of all product sales made at our promotional website URL to COAST to support our ongoing advocacy.  There’s no limit…ALL your purchases at Novica.com/COAST apply to benefit COAST!  And the more Fair Trade items you purchase, the more you’re helping empower the artisans of the world for their livelihood.  Ready to shop?  Just click on the Novica image or the links above to be sure you’re at the right Novica site to benefit COAST.  Thank you for your support…and good taste!

A Walk/Bike-Only State Street: Now is the Time!

Join COAST in our new #WalkBikeState Campaign to transform State Street into a revitalized, car-free downtown promenade for pedestrians, bicyclists and shuttles only!

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Upcoming COAST Happenings!

Dec
19
Wed
Eastside Neighborhood Meeting @ Franklin Neighborhood Center
Dec 19 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Join us each month as we meet with Eastside residents and MTD representatives and discuss pedestrian safety issues and bus transit services throughout Santa Barbara, Goleta and Carpinteria.  Get your questions answered and submit your requests for improved transit service, bus stop lighting and safety.  Translation provided.

COAST’s Eastside Walks program empowers residents in Eastside Santa Barbara neighborhoods to advocate for improved road user safety, including pedestrian improvements in street and intersection lighting, sidewalk infill, bridge widening, and transit service.

Dec
27
Thu
COAST Advocacy Committee Meeting @ Good Cup - Downtown
Dec 27 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Join us for our monthly public Advocacy Committee meeting on various transportation topics, including Vision Zero:  Our collaborative effort with the Santa Barbara Bicycle Coalition to end all traffic fatalities and serious injuries.

Jan
9
Wed
COAST General Meeting @ Union Bank Partner's Building
Jan 9 @ 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm

Join us for our monthly general meeting where we discuss timely and pertinent transportation issues for the region.  Feel free to bring your lunch!

For more information on this month’s speakers please visit ‘General Meetings’ menu option under ‘About Us’.

Jan
16
Wed
Eastside Neighborhood Meeting @ Franklin Neighborhood Center
Jan 16 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Join us each month as we meet with Eastside residents and MTD representatives and discuss pedestrian safety issues and bus transit services throughout Santa Barbara, Goleta and Carpinteria.  Get your questions answered and submit your requests for improved transit service, bus stop lighting and safety.  Translation provided.

COAST’s Eastside Walks program empowers residents in Eastside Santa Barbara neighborhoods to advocate for improved road user safety, including pedestrian improvements in street and intersection lighting, sidewalk infill, bridge widening, and transit service.

Jan
24
Thu
COAST Advocacy Committee Meeting @ Good Cup - Downtown
Jan 24 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Join us for our monthly public Advocacy Committee meeting on various transportation topics, including Vision Zero:  Our collaborative effort with the Santa Barbara Bicycle Coalition to end all traffic fatalities and serious injuries.

 

Something we missed?  Want to post on our calendar?  Please E-Mail us to let us know!

Catch Up With Our Fall Newsletter!

It’s here…our latest newsletter, just in time for Autumn.  Click here or the image below to read or print the Fall ‘COAST NEWS’.

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