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Solutions Developed to Improve Beach Boulevard Travel

Following the completion of a study by OCTA and Caltrans, cities along Beach Boulevard between La Habra and Huntington Beach will have fresh ideas to guide local planning initiatives regarding improvements to transit service, sidewalks, crosswalks and traffic signals.

The Beach Boulevard Corridor Study looked at ways to improve travel along the 21-mile stretch of Beach Boulevard. Based on the findings, and through an extensive public outreach effort, a series of recommendations to all modes of travel was developed. OCTA will continue to work with the cities and agencies along the corridor to assist with any project development needs.

The study assessed existing conditions, forecasted projections of future growth, and developed solutions ranging from enhanced pedestrian, bicycle, and transit facilities to improved signal synchronization.

OCTA and Caltrans worked closely with the cities along Beach Boulevard and the County of Orange throughout the study. The cities included: La Habra, Fullerton, Buena Park, Anaheim, Stanton, Garden Grove, Westminster and Huntington Beach.

For more information about the study, click here.

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