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iShuttle
The City of Irvine’s iShuttle provides morning and evening peak-hour service along two routes connecting the Tustin Metrolink Station with the IBC and John Wayne Airport.  Routes A & B are designed around the Metrolink train schedule, so commuters and residents alike can enjoy stress-free service to and from the Tustin Station.  Best of all, you can ride the iShuttle for free with your valid Metrolink ticket or pass or OCTA pre-paid pass.

There are also two iShuttle routes which provide service in the Irvine Spectrum area.  Routes C & D begin and end at the Irvine Station where both Metrolink and Amtrak trains operate and the station bustles with activity during the busy commute. The routes serve incoming and outgoing commuters during the weekdays and reach companies with more than 20,000 employees in high-traffic office areas and residential housing with 2,300 units, as well as the Irvine Spectrum Center itself.
 

The iShuttle also offers residents a great way to travel around the IBC during peak hours.  It’s an ideal solution for IBC residents who work nearby but don’t want to bother with traffic and parking.  Both routes serve a wide variety of shopping, entertainment, residential and employment locations in the IBC.

New to iShuttle?  IBC residents are eligible to receive two free Metrolink 2-Trip tickets or a free 10-Ride iShuttle Pass.  Click here for more details. 

Visit the iShuttle website for maps, timetables, fares, and more.