OCTA Directors and Fans Welcome New Nonstop Angels Express Bus

OCTA Directors Michelle Steel and Gary Miller turned out with other baseball fans on April 8 to celebrate the Angels Express Bus, the new car-free way to get to Angels Stadium. The Angels Express Bus offers fans in Huntington Beach, Westminster,... read more

Service Animal Training Builds Connections

For more than 20 years, OCTA has offered therapy and service animals and their handlers an opportunity to experience public transportation together during a full, free day of boarding, riding, and learning. Animals that are comfortable with the... read more

Ride the Nonstop Angels Express Bus and Celebrate with Us on April 8

Baseball season is here and there’s a new way to get to the game using our Angels Express Bus Service. The Angels Express Bus offers fans in Huntington Beach, Westminster, Fountain Valley and Seal Beach a convenient and inexpensive way to travel... read more

New Non-Stop Bus Will Take Fans from Huntington Beach to Angel Stadium

Beginning April 4, Angels fans in Huntington Beach, Westminster, Fountain Valley and Seal Beach will have a convenient and inexpensive way to travel nonstop to Angel Stadium in Anaheim. Funded by a grant from the Mobile Source Air Pollution... read more

Tell Us How to Improve Transit and Traffic on Harbor Boulevard

Harbor Blvd. provides a vital north-south connection linking residents, businesses, schools and visitor destinations and has the distinction of being the busiest bus corridor in Orange County. Do you use a bus, car or bike to travel on or near Harbor... read more

Little Saigon Greets New Limited-Stop 64X Bus Service with Enthusiasm

At a celebration at the Asian Garden Mall last month, the Westminster community of Little Saigon joined OCTA in launching the 64Xpress limited-stop OC Bus service that offers a faster commute along popular Route 64, which runs between the Westminster... read more

Orange County’s Black History Celebration Served by Public Transportation

Hundreds gathered earlier this month to celebrate the contributions of African Americans at the 36th Annual Orange County Black History Month Parade & Cultural Faire in Anaheim. Many chose to leave their cars at home and avoided traffic and parking... read more

OCTA’s Diversity Outreach Team Shares Good News about OC Transportation

At events throughout Orange County, OCTA’s Diversity Outreach Team talked with many different groups about the positive transportation options coming their way. Topics included the new OC Bus 64X express service, which will travel on Bolsa Avenue and... read more

Updated 2016 Bus Service Plan Reflects Community Input

Following extensive feedback from the community, the OCTA Transit Committee has recommended modifications to the proposed 2016 Bus Service Plan designed to optimize the bus system by shifting service from low-performing routes to areas of higher... read more

Take Public Transportation to the Black History Month Parade in Anaheim

The Orange County Black History Month Parade & Faire promotes the contributions of African Americans to Orange County. The free event will be held on Feb. 6, 2016 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Anaheim Center Street Promenade and will attract people... read more

Ride OC Bus to Orange County’s Tet Festivals

During the weekend of Feb. 12 to 14, Orange County will feature two Tet Festivals full of great food and entertainment for all. Many people are expected to drop by to enjoy these events and parking may be challenging. Why not leave the driving and... read more

Bus Service Change Improvements Include New Express Service

Each year, OCTA launches changes in February, June and October that adjust and improve OC Bus service. These revisions are part of OC Bus 360°, an initiative that looks at improving the bus system from all angles. Beginning Feb. 14, 2016, OCTA will... read more

Share Your Thoughts at the Proposed 2016 Bus Service Plan Public Hearing

As part of OC Bus 360°, an initiative that looks at improving the bus system from all angles, OCTA is proposing a service plan for 2016 that would shift service from low-performing routes to areas where there is higher demand to offer passengers more... read more

Holiday Schedule for OC Bus on Christmas and New Year’s Day

All buses will run on a Sunday/Holiday schedule on Christmas, Dec. 25, 2015 and New Year’s Day, Jan. 1, 2016. Regular service will resume following the holidays on Saturday, Dec. 26, 2015 and Saturday, Jan. 2, 2016, respectively. All OC buses operate... read more

OC Bus Will Offer Free, Safe Travel on New Year’s Eve

On New Year’s Eve, OCTA will continue its tradition of offering free rides on all fixed-route buses from 6:00 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 31, 2015 until 2:30 a.m., Friday, Jan. 1, 2016. Since 2002, nearly 130,000 people have left the driving, parking and... read more

Donate Toys and Help Us Break the Stuff-a-Bus Record

For more than 20 years, the Spark of Love program has collected toys for needy kids with regional Stuff-a-Bus events. Last year, the generous people of Orange County stuffed a record-breaking 27 buses! And this year, with your help, we’ll fill even... read more

New Text4Next 2.0 Helps Bus Riders Stay Informed in Real Time

OC Bus riders can now get real-time bus arrival times on their phones thanks to Text4Next 2.0, the latest version of our award-winning messaging service. All that’s needed to stop guessing and start knowing when the next bus will arrive is a mobile... read more

Share Your Thoughts on Our Proposed Bus System Changes

In an effort to reverse the trend of declining bus ridership, we’ve put together a proposed plan for public review that would reallocate bus service throughout the county. Part of OC Bus 360°, an initiative that looks at improving the bus system from... read more

Buses Will Be on a Holiday Schedule on Thanksgiving

All OCTA buses will run on a Sunday/Holiday schedule on Thursday, Nov. 26 due to Thanksgiving Day. Download an eBusbook to view the schedule for your route.  Regular weekday service will resume on Friday, Nov. 27.  Holiday schedules apply on... read more

Victims Tell Their Stories to Raise Awareness about Human Trafficking

As part of its campaign to raise awareness about human trafficking in Orange County, OCTA’s Be the One (BT1) website features compelling stories from victims.  Shari, one of 10 children from a poor family in Taiwan, was only five when her parents... read more
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