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OCTA Newsletter | March 8, 2024
As part of our ongoing effort to support equity in Orange County, OCTA brought together participants from some of the country’s largest construction and professional service companies to network and create partnering opportunities with small businesses and disadvantaged business enterprises. The approximately 170 attendees also learned about OCTA’s procurement process and small business resources.
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Darrell E. Johnson

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Networking Event Connects Prime Contractors with Small & DBE Businesses

Nearly 170 people gathered to create partnerships and learn about OCTA’s procurement process and small business resources.

New Webpage Showcases Community Outreach

OCTA reaches out to the community to educate, engage, celebrate and collaborate to move transportation forward.

Employee Resource Groups Offer Support & Balance for Women

Two employee-led groups champion women during Women’s History Month in March and throughout the year.

Career Expo Attendance Increases Exponentially

Compared to the previous year, the event attracted twice the number of attendees and nearly triple the number of high schools.

Restoring Orange County’s Native Habitat

How OCTA helped the Irvine Ranch Conservancy bring two ecologically sensitive areas back to how they were 300 to 400 years ago.

Freeways & Streets
Synchronized Traffic Signals Reduce Frustration and Harmful Emissions

Signal synchronization saves time, reduces stops, and improves speed for better journeys throughout Orange County.

Honoring Our Transit Professionals

Bus riders express their appreciation leading up to March 18, National Transit Employee Appreciation Day.

Service Animals & Trainers Offered Transit-Riding Experience on April 6

OCTA offers one of the only programs in the country that pairs service animals and their trainers with experience riding public transportation.

Limited Amtrak Pacific Surfliner Rail Service Resumes through San Clemente

Partial rail service resumed as work continues to build a catchment wall to protect the rail right of way.

Expanded Metrolink Service Will Take Baseball Fans to Angels Games

Ready to take fans out to the ballgame, the Angels Express is back and better than ever.

LOSSAN Agency Announces New Board of Directors Leadership for 2024

Director Fred Jung, elected as the Vice Chair of the LOSSAN Board, represents OCTA.

Rideshare & Active
Bicyclists Gain Ground in Fight for Costa Mesa Streets

OCTA distributed funding to build new bike lanes along Adams Avenue and Fairview Road.

Daylight Saving Time Safety Tips for Drivers & Pedestrians

On Sunday, March 10, it will be time to spring forward by turning the clock ahead one hour.

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