OCTA publically offers free data feeds to developers. These resources are to encourage community building and contributions by having developers utilize our transit information for the production of useful web services. Currently, we provide feeds in GIS Data format and Google Transit Feed Format.
Please be advised that while we provide this information, OCTA makes no representations or warranties of any kind and that we are not liable for any damages – direct, indirect, or incidental – that may arise out of the use of our data feeds.
At all times, OCTA maintains the rights and ownership of the open data we offer.
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The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) is providing the following digital data files with the conditions stated below.
The data have been tested for reasonableness and accuracy, and deemed appropriate for regional planning purposes. However, OCTA disclaims any responsibility for the level of accuracy or correctness for any specific project application. In no event shall OCTA be liable to users of these data, or any other party, for any loss or damages, consequential or otherwise, including but not limited to time, money, or goodwill, arising from the use, operation or modification of the data. Users shall assume the responsibility for verifying the accuracy and correctness of the data and for safeguarding against unintended or inappropriate use of the data..
To assist OCTA in maintaining the data, users agree to provide OCTA with information concerning errors or discrepancies found in using the data (see contact below). In using the data, users will reference the date of the data, and acknowledge OCTA as a source when data are used in the preparation of reports, publications, maps, and other products. Users agree not to distribute OCTA provided digital data to others without express written permission from OCTA.
Street centerlines of all existing and proposed regionally significant arterial roads in Orange County. The layer also contains traffic volumes for existing road segments.
Existing and proposed Class 1, 2 and 3 bikeways in Orange County. Class 1 bikeways are paved off-road; Class 2 bikeways are on-road with striped lanes; and Class 3 bikeways are on-road with signs.
All current bus routes served by OCTA. This data is updated at each service change.
All current bus stops served by OCTA. This data is updated at each service change.
Southern California Regional Rail Authority rail lines in Orange County.
All rail stations in Orange County served by Metrolink.
Freeways and Toll Roads in Orange County.
Locations of all Park-and-Ride lots in Orange County
Orange County Transportation Analysis Zones OCTAM 3.4
91 Express Lanes
OCTA Administrative Office
550 S. Main StreetOrange, CA 92868