OCTA’s Fiscal Year 2020-21 Comprehensive Business Plan (CPB) for demonstrates that the agency can deliver its programs and services as promised to the public over the next two decades.
The plan, which is updated annually, lays the foundation for future financial planning and demonstrates the financial feasibility of programs and services over a 20-year period.
Despite the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, tight budget controls, conservative long-range planning measures and supplemental federal funding have ensured that OCTA’s core goals can be met.
Highlights of the plan include:
- OC Go – Orange County’s half-cent sales tax for transportation improvements, also known as Measure M – will fulfill promises made to voters, consistent with the Next 10 Delivery Plan
- OC Bus can increase fixed-route service to 90% of pre-pandemic levels based on demand with continued emphasis on public health and safety
- Metrolink Service levels will remain the same for Metrolink in Orange County
- The 91 Express Lanes continues to meet its objective of optimizing traffic at free-flow speeds, while meeting its financial obligations and continuing to support two OC Go freeway projects on SR-91