The city’s first intersection to feature touchless pedestrian crossing is up and running at Culver and Campus drives.
Few cities have 80% of their traffic signals synchronized. Or a fully staffed traffic management center. Or traffic signals that employ artificial intelligence. In Irvine, these are all innovations used to keep things moving.
Juhi Gopal found friendship and community through cycling.
The Culver Drive and University Drive intersection is now easier to travel through, and drivers can more easily make turns, following $5.1 million in improvements.
The DMV has granted permission to Pony.ai, a Toyota-backed “robotaxi” company, to conduct tests on Irvine roads.
Terri Kerr has been biking in Irvine for 30 years on a tandem.
Irvine’s 364 miles of trails attract every kind of bike. Here’s one.
Irvine motorists are seeing an 11-25% reduction in travel time after the recent synchronization of 98 traffic lights.
A mile-long stretch of University Drive near the UC Irvine campus is now six lanes wide.
The City of Irvine recently invested $70 million to improve the flow of traffic, saving residents time and improving safety.