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Metrolink Woo Woo Fridays Visits Irvine

Free food, games and more at the Spectrum on Dec. 16
Dec. 14, 2011
ORANGE – Join OCTA for a free night of family fun on Dec. 16 at the Irvine Spectrum when you ride Metrolink. Visitors who show their passes will receive a $10 credit to Dave and Busters and a free appetizer or dessert at Red Robin, taco at Wahoo’s Fish Tacos and free ride on the carousel or Ferris wheel.

In addition, free OCLINK train passes will be given away to the first 100 people at the Fullerton station beginning at 4 p.m.

OCLINK passes are sold for $7 roundtrip and can be purchased at:
Orange County Metrolink train stations
Von’s, Ralphs and Pavilions supermarkets
On all local OCTA buses
The OCTA Store in Orange
Online at or call (714) 560-5932
Riders are advised to take Metrolink to the Irvine Station and then hop on iShuttle D to the Irvine Spectrum Center.

Trains will be running from Fullerton, Anaheim, Orange, Santa Ana and Tustin to make it to the Irvine station in time for an evening of holiday shopping and entertainment.

For more information on train departure and arrival times, visit:

RCTC plans to use the design-build model to extend the lanes eight miles from the Orange County line to the I-15 in Riverside. The toll facility currently stretches 10 miles from the Costa Mesa Freeway (SR-55) to the county line. Pending the approval of funding, construction is anticipated to begin in 2013 with the lanes open in 2017.

OCTA bought the 91 Express Lanes in 2003 from the private company that built them. The purchase removed a non-compete clause that prevented improvements to the adjacent freeway and to date, nearly $15 million from 91 Express Lanes revenue has gone to improve the Riverside Freeway (SR-91).

“The 91 Express Lanes is a model nationwide for providing drivers with a free-flowing traffic option and the extension of the lanes will help improve the critical link between our two counties,” said OCTA Director and Third District Supervisor Bill Campbell.

The 91 Express Lanes averages 32,000 drivers a day and in a customer satisfaction survey completed last month, 90 percent of customers said they were satisfied with their experience using the lanes.

For more information on the project, visit

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