Transit Planning promotes improved mobility so residents, employees and visitors can have a variety of options to get to their destinations.
ARTICFor more info, click here.
The Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center, better known as ARTIC, provides rail, bus, taxi and other services for daily commuters, visitors
Central Harbor Boulevard Transit Corridor StudyFor more info visit OCTA.net/Harbor
OCTA presentation to City Council on March 6
In partnership with Anaheim, Santa Ana, Garden Grove and Fullerton, the Orange County Transportation Authority is studying a range of possible transit options for Harbor Boulevard, including Katella Avenue in Anaheim. In the past decade, Anaheim has looked at the prospect of a streetcar from ARTIC to The Anaheim Resort, known as the Anaheim Rapid Connection study. Study of transit options from ARTIC to the resort now are part of OCTA's Central Harbor study.
California High-Speed RailFor more visit www.cahighspeedrail.ca.gov
The California High-Speed Rail Authority has proposed high speed train service for intercity travel in California between major metropolitan centers of the San Francisco Bay Area and Sacramento in the north, through the Central Valley, to Los Angeles, Anaheim and San Diego in the south. It is envisioned that ARTIC will be one of the major gateways.
Anaheim Canyon Metrolink Station
The station is located at 1039 N. Pacificcenter Drive. It is currently served by Metrolink Inland Empire-Orange County Line passenger rail services, as well as being a hub for local and rail-feeder bus services operated by the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA).
Anaheim Resort Transit
The Anaheim Resort Transit is the transportation system for the residents, employees and guests of the City of Anaheim and the greater Anaheim Resort area, including the cities of Anaheim, Garden Grove and Orange. ART's frequent service with thirteen interchange routes allow for easy access and convenient connections. more...
Go Local: Anaheim Transit Master Plan
The City of Anaheim is embarking on a study to develop a Transit Master Plan that will strive to meet the City's current and future mobility needs. The study will take into consideration how current commuters, including residents, businesses and visitors travel – while simultaneously exploring new modes of transportation that will enhance our ability to get places safely and efficiently. more…
California-Nevada Super Speed Train The California-Nevada Interstate Maglev project is proposing the construction of a 269-mile Maglev train line from Las Vegas, Nevada to Anaheim, California. The first 40-mile segment received $45 million in 2005 for the planning phase. This segment would run from Las Vegas to Primm, Nev., with proposed service to the Las Vegas Airport.