New shuttle routes, electric-car service and a bike-share program reduce traffic
The city of Irvine has launched 21 transportation projects to keep traffic moving.
The city took major steps to improve traffic flow this year, investing $79 million in 21 projects now underway.
In less than two hours, you can be swooshing down the slopes of three nearby ski resorts.
The hundreds of companies that call Irvine Spectrum home will kick off the annual Rideshare Week on Oct. 1 to encourage their employees to leave their cars at home.
If you haven’t ridden a bicycle to get around Irvine yet, you are missing out.
Good news if you own a car or a bike. Irvine has some of the smoothest roads in the state.
Traffic flow on Irvine’s major roadways is about to improve. These streets already use synchronized lights to keep cars moving, but there’s a hitch. Any…
On a recent Saturday morning, Irvine resident Ian Gatti, 10, was looking forward to his very first train ride.
Summer Breeze” — a bus service provided by the City of Laguna Beach in partnership with the Orange County Transportation Authority — will ferry riders from Irvine to Laguna Beach and back again on the weekends.