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Transit Planning

Who Is Transit Planning? Transit Planning promotes improved mobility by enabling mode choices with reliable travel times. Transit Services encourages civic entrepreneurship and stimulates private involvement and investment in meeting both short-term needs and implementing long term transit projects.

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The Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center (ARTIC) Project - For More Info visit Articinfo.com or join our Facebook Page

The ARTIC project is a partnership between the City of Anaheim and the OCTA, and is a multi-year project, that will offer new and/or expanded transportation services and development. The project shall serve as an intermodal hub for several transit modes such as Amtrak, Metrolink, local and international bus, shuttles, bikes/pedestrians, Anaheim Rapid Connection, High-Speed Rail, and the proposed California-Nevada Maglev. It will also provide opportunities for Public Private Partnerships (P3) development for commercial, retail, office and residential uses with its location in the City's Platinum Triangle Mixed Use Overlay Zone.




ARC-Anaheim Rapid Connection - For More Info visit http://aconnext.com/

Anaheim Rapid Connection is a fixed-guideway system currently in the environmental review process that will connect Anaheim area destinations like never before. Starting at ARTIC, this new system will take visitors, high-speed rail riders, employees and area residents to and from the Platinum Triangle, The Anaheim Resort and the Convention Center. With ARC it will be easier for conventioneers to catch a ball game, out-of-towners to get to Disneyland, residents to dine at The Shops at Anaheim GardenWalk, or thousands of area employees to get to and from work - all without having to drive.


California High Speed Rail (HSRA) - For More Info visit www.cahighspeedrail.ca.gov

The California High-Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA) 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. For details on the California High Speed Rail, please visit their website at www.cahighspeedrail.ca.gov.




Anaheim Stadium (Metrolink/Amtrak) Station
The station is located at 2150 E. Katella Avenue. It is currently served by
Amtrak and Metrolink 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).
Metrolink Routes Map
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).

Routes Map
Anaheim Resort Transit
The
Anaheim Resort Transit (ART) 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 (MagLev) 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, Nevada, with proposed service to the new Las Vegas Airport.