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Summer shuttles hit the streets thanks to OCTA

The Orange County Transportation Authority is helping cities throughout Orange County provide popular summer shuttle services as residents and visitors head for outdoor activities.

The shuttle services, which are low-cost or free to ride, are primarily funded by OCTA’s Measure M, the local half-cent sales tax for transportation improvements.

“Community shuttles are one more innovative way OCTA keeps Orange County moving, especially during the summer when our county has so much to offer residents and visitors,” said OCTA Chairman Mark A. Murphy, also the Mayor of Orange. “The shuttles move people safely while easing driving and parking hassles, helping improve our air quality in the process.”

Many summer shuttles connect to one another and to OC Bus and Metrolink stops, making it easier to travel to great destinations without a car.

Shuttles are operated by local jurisdictions. OCTA continues to work closely with cities in monitoring ridership and evaluating costs as the services have returned following the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Please visit the following links for more information on shuttle routes and hours of operation:

For more information, please visit www.octa.net.

This article was released by the Orange County Transportation Authority.