CAC actively participates in helping examine traffic solutions, providing input to OCTA’s transportation studies and communicating with their constituencies.
ATAC advises OCTA about issues that relate to OCTA fixed-route transit and paratransit services for customers with special transportation needs.
TOC is an independent committee formed after the passage of Measure M in 1990.
TAC provides OCTA staff with technical advice on issues primarily related to M2 competitive grant programs that serve to improve capacity on local streets and roads.
Senate Bill 1316, as successor to Assembly Bill 1010, the enabling legislation for the Orange County Transportation Authority’s purchase of the State Route 91 toll road, calls for the creation of an Advisory Committee composed of 10 voting members and three non-voting members.
Community participation is essential when planning transportation solutions. OCTA seeks citizen input on our programs, studies and projects throughout the year through public meetings, open houses and workshops, online surveys, newspaper ads and focus groups.
In addition to these and other public participation opportunities, citizen committees advise the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) on a wide range of polices, procedures, and actions. OCTA strongly encourages Orange County residents and community leaders to get involved and help improve the quality of life for all Orange County residents.