Getting to Metrolink Stations on Foot or Bike – Share your Ideas with OCTA

Many cyclists combine bike trips with rides on Metrolink trains and the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA)  is looking for ideas to make access easier and more convenient for bicyclists and pedestrians.

The Orange County Transportation Authority is in the process of trying to improve non-motorized access (on foot or bike) to and from Orange County’s Metrolink stations. OCTA is asking for the community’s help in identifying barriers to walking and bicycling, and wants to hear your ideas for improvements.

There are two ways to participate:

Take the survey and share it with a friend

Talk to the Project Team

  • Watch for members of the project team conducting surveys at the Metrolink stations. OCTA will also be hosting booths at events throughout Orange County over the next few months where you can provide additional input in person. Be on the lookout for announcements on OCTA’s Facebook   page and Twitter feed (@OCMetrolinkNews).
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