The Anaheim City Council adopted a Go Local – Transit Master Plan (Resolution No. 2007-243) in December 2007 after extensive public review and comment. A major objective in development of the Plan was to define feeder routes to improve connectivity between Anaheim’s two Metrolink stations (at the future Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center (ARTIC) and the Anaheim Canyon station), and major employment/activity centers in Anaheim.
Like the Transit Master Plan, the Anaheim City Council also adopted the Anaheim Canyon Station Master Site Plan (Resolution No. 2007-242) in December 2007. The purpose of the Master Site Plan was to establish the overall design framework to guide the future expansion of the station and to better integrate it with the surrounding developments.
The City, in partnership with the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) will be conducting detailed planning, alternatives analysis, conceptual engineering, and state and federal environmental clearance for the proposed Anaheim Fixed-Guideway system from ARTIC to the Anaheim Resort. In addition, the City will partner with the OCTA to conduct detailed service planning for its mixed-flow shuttle/bus concepts.
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