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Evan T. Little

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Orange County, CA Bus Transit

Orange Counties bus system has come a long way and needs to continue to improve as quickly as possible. New features and systems such as the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) will make commuting on the bus more efficient and desirable. For now, Orange County bus riders can enjoy selecting from all sorts of bus passes, express bus routes, purchase tickets and map out their route online and enjoy the life of a stress free passenger all while polluting less and cutting back on foreign oil dependency.

Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) is a new approach to traditional bus travel. The new buses will only stop at key destinations in order to provide faster service in existing transit corridors. BRT is planned to offer frequent service, have its own distinct identity, offer traffic signal priority and serve customized bus shelters that display real-time bus arrival information.

Stress-free commuting on the OC Express
Just because you’ve got a long commute doesn’t mean you have to drive. Take the OC Express instead and cruise to work in the fast lane. By utilizing the carpool lanes or 91 Express Lanes, the OC Express limited-stop service will get you to and from work faster. Plus, every seat on the OC Express has a lap tray, power connection, reading light and comfortable high-back seating. You can use your time to catch up on reading, work on your laptop, or just lean back and enjoy the ride. Whatever you choose to do, you’ll arrive at work much more refreshed.

Mapping out your route online has never been easier with Google Transit
Click here to view Google Transit

CASH FARES
OCTA fare boxes accept coins and dollar bills, but do not make change. Have exact fare ready. If paying a senior or disabled reduced fare, you must show identification each time you board a bus. Day passes are sold on the bus by the coach operator. Up to three children, six years old and under, may ride FREE with a fare-paying customer.
NOTE: Pennies are no longer accepted.

Regular fare, senior, youth, express route pass, multi-day pass, college pass... Simply put, OCTA offers a lot of different passes to fit your needs. Check them out online or visit the OCTA store.

CLICK HERE to view or purchase bus fares online

OCTA Store at:
550 South Main Street (cross street La Veta)
Orange, CA 92863
Monday through Friday
From 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m









CLICK HERE FOR OCTA BUS TRANSIT WEB SITE

Orange County Transportation Authority Customer Relations
550 S. Main Street PO Box 14184
Orange, CA 92863-1584
E-Mail - customers@OCTA.net
Customer Relations: 714.636.7433, extension 2
Hours of Operation: Weekdays, 7:30 A.M. - 5:30 P.M.
Pass Sales: 714.560.5932
Bus Information: 714.636.RIDE (7433), extension 1
Riders' Alert Hotline: 714.636.RIDE (7433), extension 1
Lost And Found: 714.636.7433, extension 3
ADA ACCESS Service: 877.628.2232





Written by, Evan T. Little

Realtor®, EcoBroker®
Volkl Investments Inc.
949.939.9687 phone
evan@volklinvestmentsinc.com

My other blogs:
Orange County, CA Community
Real Estate in Orange County, CA

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