All of our corporate and Measure M annual reports are available for viewing online. Many are PDF documents that you can download and print, while others are fully interactive with links to additional information not found in the original print versions.
Concise, up-to-date information about OCTA’s programs and services.
The Finance and Administration Division supports the Authority’s goals and objectives through a wide range of fiduciary and administrative activities.
To understand the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic's impacts on public attitudes, working arrangements, and travel behaviors, OCTA worked with a market research firm to conduct three statistically reliable surveys.
Each legislative session, the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) adopts State and Federal Legislative Platforms to identify and direct policy activities in Sacramento and Washington D.C.
Monthly boarding reports
In 2003, OCTA took ownership of the 91 Express Lanes for the public benefit. Thanks to this state‑of‑the‑art facility, the people of Orange and Riverside counties have enjoyed millions of trips with timely connections to work, family, and fun.
Transit-supportive design is an approach to city-building and planning which helps integrate places with transit; it is a thoughtful approach t considers the available transit network, land use and community context in an effort to make these elements work together more efficiently.
OCTA shares information about its operations, programs and services in a variety of ways, including newsletters. On the Move, a biweekly publication for stakeholders and others interested in transportation, highlights corporate news and accomplishments. Our monthly publication for transit riders, NextStop, serves up insider news that helps our bus, train and OC Flex riders get the most out of every journey.