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Bike Trails Maintenance
The City of Irvine Public Works Department regularly inspects and sweeps all off-street bike trails on a weekly basis.  If you notice any problems on the bike trails, please contact the Street Maintenance Division with the location and observed problem, between 6:30 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, at (949) 724-7600.

Bike Trails Maps
The City of Irvine Bikeways Map illustrates the on-street and off-street bikeways constructed throughout the City, as of August 2006.  The Bikeways Map and important safety information can be viewed and/or downloaded from the City's website.  For additional information, call (949) 724-7365. 

FasTrak/ The Toll Roads
FasTrak is an electronic toll-collection system used on tollways in California that allows drivers to drive through designated "FasTrak Only" lanes without stopping.  The toll is automatically deducted from a prepaid account.  With Transportation Corridor Agencies FasTrak, you can establish a FasTrak account with a credit card, or with cash.

For assistance with FasTrak Toll Violations, The Toll Violations Department may be contacted at (949) 727-4800.

For more information about FasTrak, call The Toll Roads, FasTrak Customer Service at (949) 727-4800,  Monday through Friday from 7:30a.m. to 5:30p.m., or visit their website at www.thetollroads.com 


How do I ride the iShuttle?

The City of Irvine is making it easier and less stressful to commute from home to work. Integrating with Metrolink’s extensive commuter train system, the Shuttle takes you from the Tustin Metrolink Station to your office. The i Shuttle is the missing link to ensure a seamless commute!

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Irvine Station
 and
 Bus Bench Programs.  The Irvine Station is located at 15215  Barranca Parkway, Irvine, California  92618 (cross streets:  Barranca Parkway and Ada).  

The amenities available at the Irvine Station include the following:

  • 24-hour security
  • Parking Management Program
  • Restaurant
  • Bike Lockers
  • Shuttle and Taxi Service
  • Information Kiosks
  • ATM 
  • Newspaper Stands

For more information, call the Irvine Station at (949) 724-7777,  or visit the website at http://www.cityofirvine.org/cityhall/pw/irvine_station.asp


Irvine Transportation Analysis Modeling

The current Irvine Transportation Analysis Model  (ITAM) is used to estimate future traffic conditions, identify future roadway needs, and assess possible circulation system impacts of the City's new development and roadway improvements. 

 

The Irvine Transportation Analysis Model is designed to meet regional model consistency requirements in accordance with the Sub-Area Modeling Guidelines Manual ("the Guidelines") developed by the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA). 


John Wayne Airport

John Wayne Airport, located in the City of Santa Ana, serves the citizens of Irvine, and the surrounding community by supplying local service for commercial aircraft, as well as commuter, cargo, and general aviation aircraft.

John Wayne Airport is located at 18601 Airport Way, Santa Ana, CA  92707. 

For more information regarding John Wayne Airport, including: Airline Information; Terminal Information; Parking; Ground Transportation, and Directions, call (949) 252-5200,  or visit their website at  www.ocair.com


Parking Lot and Bike Trail Rehabilitation Program
For a list of parking lot and bike trail rehabilitation projects currently scheduled, please go to the Public Works Department web page at www.ci.irvine.ca.us and select "Project Management" from the drop down menu, then choose "Parking Lot and Bike Trail Rehabilitation Program."  For immediate assistance, call (949) 724-7511. 

Public Transit Bus Schedule
The Orange County Transportation Authority provides extensive bus service throughout Irvine and Orange County. For bus schedules, bus fares, and general information, contact The Orange County Transportation Authority at (714) 636-7433.

For more information, visit their website at  www.octa.net 

Public Transit Rail Schedule
Public Transit Rail Service for Irvine and surrounding communities is provided by Amtrak and Metrolink.  Amtrak and Metrolink have routes that stop at the Irvine Station located at 15215 Barranca Parkway
(at Ada Street).

For information regarding Amtrak, call 1-800-872-7245, or visit their website at  www.amtrak.com 

For information regarding Metrolink, call 1-800-371-5465,  or visit their website at  www.metrolinktrains.com 

For information regarding the Irvine Station , call (949) 724-7777.


Railroad Crossings
Maintenance of railroad crossings is the responsibility of Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) and Southern California Regional Rail Authority (SCRRA), also known as Metrolink, the railroad companies that own the tracks. Together, they work to keep signs and signals functional and visible, as well as keeping the pavement well-marked and smooth for transport by both vehicles and trains.  For more information, or to report a problem at any City railroad crossing, contact the City of Irvine between 7 a.m. and  5 p.m., Monday through Friday, at (949) 724-7600

Rideshare Assistance

For information on carpooling in the Irvine area contact Spectrumotion at (949) 727-4273 or visit their website at www.72share.com


The Toll Roads/The Transportation Corridor Agencies

The Transportation Corridor Agencies were formed in 1986 to plan, finance, construct and operate Orange County's 67-mile public toll road system.

For information regarding The Toll Roads, or for FasTrak Customer Service, call (949) 727-4800, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The Toll Roads Walk-In Service Center is located at 125 Pacifica, Ste. 120, Irvine, CA  92618, and it is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  The phone number is  (949) 754-3400.  

The Toll Violations Department may be contacted at (949) 727-4800. 

For more information, visit their website at www.thetollroads.com   


Transportation for Adults with Disabilities
In addition to regular public transportation, the Community Services TRIPS Program is the City's low cost, door-to-door transportation for Irvine residents (18+) who are unable to drive due to a permanent physical and/or cognitive disability. Registration and Eligibility Determination Required. The program currently has a registration processing period of up to 2 weeks for services that include: medical appointments, work, school, social, etc. Call for the availability of grocery shopping and senior center Shuttle Services.   Vehicles are wheelchair accessible. For more information of services, contact the TRIPS office Monday-Friday from 8a.m.–2p.m. at 949-724-7433.

 




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