Anaheim Canyon Station Project

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  • Anaheim Canyon Station Project

  • To meet current and future rail transit demand, the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) will expand and improve the Anaheim Canyon Metrolink Station. OCTA will construct a second main track, a new station platform, and extend the existing platform to improve reliability for passengers overall. Improvements to this multi-modal station that connects passengers with OCTA and local bus service will enhance on-time performance and accommodate current and future growth.

    This project is part of the OC Go program. OC Go (also known as Measure M), is a 30-year half-cent sales tax for transportation improvements in Orange County through 2041. After experiencing the success and progress of M1, nearly 70% of Orange County voters renewed the half-cent sales tax for transportation improvements to launch OC Go in 2011. In addition to OC Go funding, this project received funding from federal and local sources.

    Project Manager & Publications

    For more information, please contact the Anaheim Canyon Improvements Project Manager, Lora Cross 714-560-5788 or lcross@octa.net

    Project Benefits

    • New station platform and extension of existing platform for greater convenience and accessibility for passengers
    • New second station track allows more than one train to serve the station and pass through the station area at a time
    • Provides enhanced rail service reliability and on-time performance
    • Improvements to existing at-grade crossings
    • Upgrades to adjacent parking lot to meet ADA compliance
    • New benches, shade structures, and ticket vending machines for passengers
  • At a Glance

    Affected Cities
    Anaheim
    Total Cost
    $29.86 million
    Funding Source
    OC Go and Federal Funds
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