Irvine always has planned for the future. Its 260+ parks were planned ahead of time. Its 540 miles of recycled water pipes were planned ahead of time.
The city is improving a seven-mile stretch of the Jeffrey/ University corridor over the next few years. Work already has begun to widen about two miles of road and improve five intersections.
He was known as “The Road Builder.” But long before he earned that nickname, George Jeffrey was a lima bean farmer on The Irvine Ranch.
Every day is Bike-To-Work day for Todd McGill, who says his seven mile commute is both energizing and calming. The worst part is cold mornings, he says. The best part is who he picks up after work — and how he picks her up.
When there’s a flat tire on the 55 Freeway, engineers in Irvine’s Traffic Control Center jump into action.
Irvine’s $70 million of traffic fixes include a huge network of synchronized lights to speed up your commute.
The City of Irvine will synchronize lights along six major corridors in the next two years, resulting in more green lights and reduced drive times.
Innovation is the defining characteristic of Irvine Spectrum — and that includes the way transportation is managed.
Electric bikes are surging in popularity, and for good reason. They let you see the world like a child again — even if your legs don’t feel so young.
The Irvine City Council has approved plans to improve the Jamboree-Barranca intersection.