Keeping Orange County Moving Today and Tomorrow

 

 

Continuing Improvements for Streets and Roads

  Renewed Measure M includes funds for Orange County‚Äôs more than 7,200 miles of aging streets and roads. Thirtytwo percent of net revenues will be used to maintain streets, fix potholes, improve intersections and widen city streets and county roads. OCTA is working with local agencies on a regional traffic signal synchronization program to help reduce stop-and-go patterns and improve traffic flow on major arterial streets. To show the effectiveness of synchronizing traffic signals, in 2007 OCTA completed a signal synchronization demonstration project along Euclid Street in the cities of La Habra, Fullerton, Anaheim, Garden Grove, Santa Ana and Fountain Valley.
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