Twice a year, OCTA goes to the dogs – in a good way. Each spring and fall, OCTA provides a free day of public transportation experience for service animals and their trainers.
On Saturday, April 7, Service Animal Training Day will be back in Anaheim at ARTIC to help these special companions become more comfortable with the sounds, movement and layout of a bus or train while increasing the independence and confidence of their handlers.
Trainers and their animals can take unlimited rides on an OC Bus, including the sights and sounds of Downtown Disney District® and Anaheim Garden Walk®, along a special route designed to provide the best and most complete experience. In addition, participants can ride a Metrolink train; standard Metrolink fares apply.
OCTA launched Service Animal Training in 1995 and is one of the only public transportation agencies to offer it. GO Team Therapy and Service Dogs, a nonprofit that trains people and animals across the country to assist first responders and provide comfort, travels from Colorado each year to take part in OCTA’s special program.
Saturday, April 7
8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
ARTIC (Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center)
2626 East Katella Avenue
Anaheim, California, 92806
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