In 2014, OCTA improved public safety and the transport of goods by advancing the OC Bridges Program.
● The Placentia Avenue undercrossing was opened to motorists in March.
● In June, the Kraemer Boulevard undercrossing at the Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) railway tracks opened to traffic.
● In December, the Southern California Chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA) recognized the Kraemer Boulevard Grade Separation Project as the Project of the Year in its Transportation Category.
● In July, the Sand Canyon Boulevard undercrossing along the Los Angeles—San Diego—San Luis Obispo (LOSSAN) rail corridor in Irvine was opened to traffic.
● OCTA awarded $35.8 million toward 17 street improvement projects.
● OCTA awarded $8.4 million for ten multi-jurisdictional traffic signal synchronization projects.
Completed the 2014 Long-Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) to support a comprehensive slate of long-range transportation improvements for the county.
Completed several planning studies to facilitate the implementation of the OC Bikeway Strategy.