OCTA is developing a comprehensive and county-wide bus, rail, and paratransit plan that will serve as a vision for Orange County’s transit future.
OCTA has initiated a study to analyze and develop options to improve Harbor Boulevard’s transit systems from Westminster Boulevard in Santa Ana to Chapman Avenue in Fullerton.
The 2014 – 2019 OCTA Strategic Plan takes a comprehensive, forward-looking approach to address Orange County’s transportation needs during the next five years.
OCTA updates the LRTP about every four years. The multi-modal projects and programs included are the basis for the Southern California Association of Governments’ Regional Transportation Plan (RTP).
In June 1990, Proposition 111 was passed, which made additional funding available for transportation projects through a nine cent increase in the state gas tax and mandated that each county with 50,000 or more residents develop a Congestion Management Program (CMP).
Transportation plays a critical role in providing access to employment, medical and health care, education and other community services and amenities.
OCTA administers a variety of Measure M funding programs for cities to widen streets, improve intersections, coordinate signals, build Smart Streets and rehabilitate pavement.
Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) is the regional transportation corridor that connects the six coastal cities of Orange County – Seal Beach, Huntington Beach, Newport Beach, Laguna Beach, Dana Point and San Clemente.
Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) is one of Orange County’s most iconic highways. Directly adjacent
to the Pacific Ocean, it traverses beautiful downtowns, open space, as well as, urban centers.
OCTA annually prepares a long-range plan for improvements along the SR-91 corridor between SR-57 in Orange County and I-15 in Riverside County.
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