Irvine Station serves over 1 million commuters annually, making it the county’s most popular train station. It also represents 132 years of continual rail service on The Irvine Ranch.
It only takes a few hours to travel from the Irvine Station up the coast to Santa Barbara.
Back in 1889, James Irvine II rode a high-wheeled bike, called a velocipede, from San Francisco to the ranch that he inherited from his father.
Carin Huurnink bikes from her Los Olivos apartment community to her job in the Spectrum District. Los Olivos and the soon-to-open Promenade Apartment Homes make it easy to bike or walk to the office, shopping and entertainment.
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.