Irvine Shares the Way
Irvine Shares the Way is intended to improve the safety of everyone in Irvine, whether they are walking, bicycling, or driving. Irvine Shares the Way aims to raise awareness of traffic laws and remind our community how we can reduce the chances of a collision while walking, bicycling, and driving.
On a continual basis, the City of Irvine will provide new materials and features on our website and host workshops, family-friendly events, and more!
We are also always working to enhance our roadways, sidewalks, and bike trails to improve safety for all of our users. Stay informed of news and events by signing up for our email list at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn how you can Share the Way and Move with Care:
- Bike - Look for Cars and Use Cross Walks.
- Drive - Slow Down Near Schools.
- Walk - Paths are for Sharing. Keep Right.
- Shared Use Paths
Launching in April
As identified in the Transit Vision Plan, the City of Irvine is starting a new shuttle route. Irvine CONNECT will link the Northwood and Woodbridge areas to Irvine Station via Yale Avenue, Barranca Parkway, and Alton Parkway.
The shuttle service, which is expected to begin in April, will stop at parks, schools, hospitals, and shopping centers. Irvine CONNECT will be free to the public and will be available from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekdays and 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. on weekends. Learn more at irvineconnect.org.
Sustainable Mobility Plan
The City of Irvine is continuing its commitment toward a safer, healthier, and greener Irvine by preparing a Sustainable Mobility Plan, an effort to both promote and improve the way people travel throughout the City.
The draft report is scheduled to begin commission review in January 2024. Check back for updates or email Melissa Dugan at email@example.com for more information.
South Yale Corridor Improvements Project
The South Yale Corridor Improvements Project will evaluate the south segment of Yale Avenue in the City of Irvine (City), between the I-405 Freeway and University Drive. The project aims to better utilize the available roadway space to best serve community needs such as safety, access to neighborhoods and the school, as well as connections to nearby parks and trails.
This project will work with the community to identify roadway concepts to address the needs of local users along South Yale Avenue. The project was identified in the City’s 2020 Strategic Active Transportation Plan and seeks to provide opportunities for multi-modal uses. The project development activities for this phase will entail the preparation of a Project Report (study), preliminary design plans, and environmental clearance.
For more information, see the files below.
Cycle Track Demonstration Event: August 26, 2023
The City hosted a demonstration event with a temporary cycle track on Yale Avenue between Michelson Drive and Royce Road. This provided an opportunity for community members to drive their vehicles and/or ride their bikes and experience this type of improvement in the project area. As part of the event, the City displayed information boards to illustrate what the ultimate improvements will look like. An estimated 250-300 attended the event.
Citywide Presentation: March 8, 2023
A citywide virtual meeting was held Wednesday, March 8, 2023. The meeting provided an opportunity to request input and share more about the various bicycle and pedestrian-friendly alternatives along South Yale between the 405 Freeway and University Drive. These alternatives were developed from Community input received in October 2022.
You may share your feedback on the project by emailing Melissa Dugan, Supervising Transportation Analyst, at firstname.lastname@example.org.