The MPAH was initially established in 1956 and is continuously updated to reflect changing development and traffic patterns.
OCTA is working to improve traffic flow and safety on our streets by building a series of bridges – both underpasses and overpasses – to separate car traffic from trains
Placentia Avenue undercrossing opened to motorists in March 2014. The Sand Canyon Avenue Undercrossing project along the LOSSAN rail corridor between Interstate 5 and Oak Canyon/Laguna Canyon Road in Irvine opened to motorists on July 14, 2014.
In March 2011 Measure M officially came to a close with a majority of projects complete, and the few outstanding nearing completion.
OCTA is studying a project that would lower 17th Street and Lincoln Avenue to create a grade separation with the Metrolink tracks.
As a driver, it can often be difficult to travel through multiple cities without stopping at numerous red lights.
The Local Fair Share Program will provide flexible funding to help cities and the county of Orange pay for the escalating cost of restoring the aging street system. In addition, cities can use these funds for other local transportation needs such as residential street projects, traffic and pedestrian safety near schools, signal priority for emergency vehicles, etc.
This program is intended to augment, rather than replace, existing transportation expenditures and therefore cities must meet the following requirements to receive the funds:
The funds under this program are distributed to cities and the County of Orange by formula once the agencies have fulfilled the above requirements. The formula will account for population, street mileage and amount of sales tax collected in each jurisdiction.
91 Express Lanes
OCTA Administrative Office
550 S. Main StreetOrange, CA 92868