Connect OC-LA Transit Study

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  • Connect OC-LA Transit Study

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    Marissa Espino

    Community Relations Officer

    (714) 560-5607
  • Overview

    The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) is studying existing and future transit connections between Orange and Los Angeles Counties. The Connect OC-LA Transit Study will identify both short and long-term improvements to the transit infrastructure and services between the two counties.

    OCTA is partnering with the State of California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) District 12, eight public transit service providers, and the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) to collaborate on solutions that will improve regional connectivity for cross-county travelers.

    Study Objectives include:

    • Defining near term recommendations to improve existing transit services and facilities
    • Identifying long-term solutions to connect underserved populations, including improved access for pedestrians and bicyclists
    • Identify transit services needed between the counties for the 2028 Summer Olympics.

    Project Status

    The study, which includes public feedback, will be completed by summer 2020. A Transit Agency Stakeholder Group that comprises of staff from neighboring agencies will provide input on existing service and recommendations.

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    Overview

    Overview

    The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) is studying existing and future transit connections between Orange and Los Angeles Counties. The Connect OC-LA Transit Study will identify both short and long-term improvements to the transit infrastructure and services between the two counties.

    OCTA is partnering with the State of California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) District 12, eight public transit service providers, and the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) to collaborate on solutions that will improve regional connectivity for cross-county travelers.

    Study Objectives include:

    • Defining near term recommendations to improve existing transit services and facilities
    • Identifying long-term solutions to connect underserved populations, including improved access for pedestrians and bicyclists
    • Identify transit services needed between the counties for the 2028 Summer Olympics.

    Project Status

    The study, which includes public feedback, will be completed by summer 2020. A Transit Agency Stakeholder Group that comprises of staff from neighboring agencies will provide input on existing service and recommendations.

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