With additional soil movement, freight trains halted overnight; first meeting held with contractor to begin planning for catchment wall construction
ORANGE – The privately owned slope above the rail l…
California Transportation Commission funds come in addition to previous $2 million for cleanup; San Clemente slope continues to be monitored as freight trains resume overnight trips
ORANGE – The Calif…
Crews begin removing additional soil that fell into rail line allowing freight train movement overnight; OCTA finalizing funding with California Transportation Commission to build barrier wall
Chair Tam T. Nguyen and CEO Darrell E. Johnson unveil plan for OCTA to sustain and enhance a balanced, innovative transportation network for all Orange County
ORANGE – The Orange County Transportatio…
Additional slope movement prompted decision to stop freight train movement overnight; OCTA and Metrolink team will explore whether some soil can safely be removed from bottom of slope
ORANGE – On Mond…
Another 12 inches of slope movement but freight trains will continue to run overnight; Metrolink received proposal to build barrier wall, will review with goal of contract award next week
ORANGE – On…
OCTA to Celebrate Lunar New Year with Free Irvine Event and Free Metrolink Rides for First 100 to L.A. Parade2/8/2024
Popular event at Irvine Metrolink station returns Feb. 17, first time since before the COVID-19 pandemic
ORANGE – The public is invited to commemorate the Lunar New Year in Orange County with a free c…
Plastic tarps were removed from privately owned hillsides above rail line showing saturation and cracks; Metrolink continues to design barrier wall and issues request for proposal
ORANGE – On Thursday…
Soil and debris from privately-owned hillside moved into rail right of way near Mariposa Point but track remains stable, BNSF will resume overnight freight trains at 10 mph
ORANGE – Even as several da…
Days of heavy rains cause more movement of slope next to track at Mariposa Point, causing BNSF to halt freight rail traffic; additional slope and track inspections planned for Wednesday
ORANGE – The s…
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