During July and August, OCTA staff is presenting plans for the OC (bike) Loop at meetings throughout Orange County. The OC Loop is the future 66-mile bikeway which will one day connect many parts of the county in a continuous loop.
Seventy percent of the OC Loop is already in place and used by thousands to bike, walk, and connect to Orange County’s beaches and inland areas. It also provides first and last mile connections to numerous bus stops and three Metrolink stations. With minimal stops and crossings, the OC Loop is also a viable commuting route to the major employers in the area.
Closing the gaps in the OC Loop would increase connectivity, expand transportation options and enhance recreational opportunities. OCTA and other stakeholders, including local cities, are working with the County of Orange on a feasibility study to close the remaining gaps. The study will provide the cities with grant-ready information to help them secure funding.
Learn more about the OC Loop and the study here.