Planning Initiatives contain information on various issues and programs related to transportation planning in Orange County and its surrounding region. Planning initiatives include but are not limited to Non-Motorized Transportation Planning, Resiliency, Safety, and Complete Streets. These pages are meant to be a resource for interested community members and local municipalities.
Extreme weather events are a growing threat with the potential to wipe out critical transportation infrastructure, disrupting the local and regional economy by preventing the circulation of people and goods. OCTC is committed to identifying vulnerable areas and integrating these identified areas and issues into future planning policies and coordinated efforts. Mitigating the adverse impacts from projected climatic shifts helps to ensure a safe, reliable and equitable transportation network for future generations.Link to page
It is the intent of this policy to promote a safe and accessible transportation network that balances the needs of all users, including: pedestrians, bicyclists, public transit users, motorists, emergency vehicles, freight carriers, and agricultural vehicles.Link to page
Find our Compete Streets Policy, funding program information, heritage trail extension details, non-motorized specifics, and laws.Link to page
Orange County Commuter Resources PageLink to page
Orange County is striving to be at the forefront of integrating cleaner transportation alternatives such as Electric Vehicles (EVs) into our existing transportation infrastructure while advancing the goals of the State.Link to page