The following transportation services list has been compiled for residents in the City of Irvine. The City does not endorse or assume liability for these public and private services.
Gives additional information about iShuttle, TRIPS, OCTA and more.
More Info: View the Mobility Guide here.
Helps seniors overcome mobility challenges with transportation options, including OCTA ACCESS. Road to Recovery, Silver Streak, Irvine Senior Services Outreach Program and more.
More Info: cityofirvine.org/senior-services/transportation-guide-seniors, or download a printable PDF here
Transportation for residents and employees from the Tustin Metrolink Station through the Irvine Business Complex to John Wayne Airport, and from the Irvine Metrolink Station through the Spectrum Center area to Sand Canyon.
More Info: cityofirvine.org/public-works-department/irvine-shuttle
Please note: As of Wednesday, March 25, the City of Irvine will suspend TRIPS ride services. This measure is for the safety of our participants in response to mitigating the spread of COVID-19, as outlined by the California Department of Public Health. The Irvine City Council and City staff offer our sincere apologies for this inconvenience. For information on grocery services or transportation for medical appointments, please call the TRIPS office at 949-724-7433. For more information on the City’s measures to prevent spread in our community, visit cityofirvine.org.
Low-cost, door-to-door, wheelchair-accessible transportation to Irvine seniors and adults with disabilities. All participants must be unable to drive due to a physical or cognitive disability.
Cost: Annual registration fee ($25 initial, $20 annual); $1.90 one way to any location in Irvine; $3.80 to $5.70 to other limited areas. Costs vary on location and distance.
More Info: cityofirvine.org/trips