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When voting 'yes' says 'no' to funding for transportation

| November 6, 2018

I’m crossing my fingers that by the time you read this, the proposition repealing California’s gas tax and vehicle fees (SB 1) will have failed.

OCTA unveils new microtransit vehicles ahead of launch

Shuttle| October 9, 2018

The vehicles are accessible to wheelchair passengers and will operate seven days a week beginning next week.

Rail| September 26, 2018

OCTA awards OC Streetcar construction contract

Walsh Construction, with a bid of $220.5 million, was selected among four construction firms that met pre-qualification requirements and submitted bids.

Management & Operations| June 25, 2018

OCTA appoints new Chief Operating Officer

Bergener will oversee more than 1,000 employees with an annual operation budget of approximately $375 million.

Bus| May 14, 2018

D.C. Metro wins top honors at 2018 APTA Int'l Bus Roadeo

Best Transit Bus Operator, Maintenance Crew, Grand Champion and Customer Service Challenge winners named.

Sustainability| April 27, 2018

Calif.'s OCTA adding 10 New Flyer fuel-cell electric buses

The new order helps expand the zero-emission footprint of public transportation across California and adds sustainability to OCTA’s current fleet of just over 500 buses.

Management & Operations| April 19, 2018

Keolis to operate OCTA's on-demand microtransit pilot

The OC Flex will connect to the OC Bus network and Metrolink commuter rail stations. Passengers will have the ability to hail rides from their phones and track the status of their trips.

Rail| March 28, 2018

Siemens lands 8-vehicle order from OC Streetcar

The contract for the streetcars comes with the option to purchase up to 10 additional streetcars at a later date, if necessary.

Bus| February 22, 2018

INIT, OCTA launch mobile e-fare system

With OC bus mobile, riders can now scan a QR code from their smartphones on the INIT validators to pay for fares when boarding.

Bus| February 20, 2018

Calif.'s OCTA adding more New Flyer CNG buses

The buses will be used on OCTA’s Bravo! 529 Rapid Bus Service, which is Orange County’s rapid bus service that skips stops to decrease commute time.

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