OCTA's CEO, Darrell Johnson: Shepherding the Success of $2B Widening of I-405
February 5, 2024
Orange County Transportation Authority's CEO Darrell Johnson has been recognized by Engineering News-Record, an industry leading publication, as one of the Top 25 Newsmakers for his successful leadership on the $2B I-405 Improvement Project.
OCTA Approves $1.7 Billion Balanced Budget for FY 2023-24
June 12, 2023
Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) shared an article that the Board of Directors approved a balanced budget of $1.7 billion for the upcoming fiscal year that begins July 1. They stated that, "The budget keeps essential transportation improvements moving forward while responsibly planning for a balanced and sustainable transportation future for Orange County."
Metrolink is First Passenger Rail Agency in the Nation Powered by Renewable Fuel
April 13, 2022
Metrolink publicly shared its switch to renewable fuel, making the agency the first in the nation to completely power all its locomotives by the cleaner burning alternative.
Help Plan for South Orange County's Transportation Future
March 21, 2022
The Orange County Transportation Authority is entering the third and final outreach phase of the South Orange County Multimodal Transportation Study, which will identify improvements in south Orange County for all modes of transportation, including streets, transit, freeways and bikeways through 2045 and beyond. You are invited to take a brief online survey and attend our community webinar taking place Wednesday, March 23.
Metrolink Train Schedule to Change Oct. 25
Oct. 14, 2021
On Monday, Oct. 25, almost all train times will change to make getting around SoCal easier for you with better connections to other public transportation services and to prepare for restoring more train service in the coming months.
OCTA Moves Toward Offering Free Rides for all OC Youth
July 14, 2021
Orange County youth will soon be able to ride free on OC Bus under a promotional program approved this week by the Orange County Transportation Authority Board of Directors.
Transportation Corridor Agencies Name Valerie McFall Deputy CEO
June 24, 2020
The Transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA) announce the interim promotion of Valerie McFall to the position of the Agencies' first Deputy CEO effective July 1. McFall will support the CEO by managing administrative functions, coordinating critical projects and initiatives, overseeing legislative and governmental activities, and fostering inter-agency relationships and partnerships to help fulfill TCA's mission to improve regional mobility.
Bergener Appointed OCTA's Deputy Chief Executive Officer
March 31, 2020
The Orange County Transportation Authority has appointed Jennifer L. Bergener, a veteran of the agency and the transportation industry, to serve as OCTA's Deputy Chief Executive Officer.