View and download the entire bus book, individual routes and schedules or create a personalized bus book. You can create a customized book with the bus and train routes you use the most.
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Updated alerts and route detours.
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When will the next bus arrive? If you have a mobile phone plan that can send and receive text messages, you can find out bus arrival times within minutes. It's OCTA's award-winning Text4Next messaging service that lets you use your mobile phone to get the next three scheduled arrival times via text for your specific stop.
OCTA operates five express routes for commuters between Orange County and neighboring counties. These routes begin at park-and-ride facilities where commuters can leave their cars and travel to popular business centers in Los Angeles and Orange County
View our countywide system map to determine the best route to reach your destination. Getting around Orange County using our system map is easy. Just locate your starting point then ending point and use the grid of bus routes to find the route(s) that most closely serves those points. Occasionally, you will need to use more than one bus to get to your destination.
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Bravo! is a different kind of bus service that skips stops. With less stop and more go, you’ll spend less time on the bus and more time where you want to be. Bravo! operates on two of the county’s busiest routes, helping you get to work, school, restaurants, and shopping faster and refreshed.
The Bus Service Change Improvements provides a summary of the upcoming service changes to the OC Bus System
OCTA's bus passes are accepted by most connecting transit systems. An additional fare may be required. For information on what is accepted by connecting transit systems, please contact that transit system directly.
All OCTA buses operate on a special schedule for certain holidays.
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OCTA Administrative Office
550 S. Main StreetOrange, CA 92868