Toll Roads & Express Lanes
Orange County is the Toll Road capitol of the state. Today, 51 miles of Toll Roads are providing traffic relief to hundreds of thousands of drivers who travel in and through Orange County each day.
Orange County’s Toll Roads comprise California’s largest toll road system and its 51 miles represent 20 percent of Orange County’s highway network.
Orange County is also home to the 91 Express Lanes, a four-lane, 10-mile toll facility helping to improve the flow of traffic between Orange and Riverside counties.
Bus & Metrolink
Orange County offers a countywide bus system with 77 bus routes and 6,200 bus stops to get you practically anywhere you want to go in Orange County.
The county’s Metrolink rail service has three lines with 11 stations in Orange County including connections to Metrolink lines in Los Angeles, Ventura, San Bernardino and Riverside counties.
Serving almost 9 million passengers and handling more than 15,000 tons of cargo each year, John Wayne Airport plays a unique and crucial role in the Orange County economy. It is the only airport in Orange County that provides commercial passenger and air-cargo service and is the primary provider of general aviation services and facilities in the county.
The 2011 completion of Terminal C at John Wayne Airport resulted in the addition of 300,000 square feet, six new gates, commuter terminals, and a new international arrivals area, allowing for service to both Canada and Mexico.
In conjunction, 2012 marked a major milestone for John Wayne Airport as it began its first regularly scheduled commercial flights between Orange County and Mexico. Travelers now have the convenience of flying out of John Wayne Airport to nonstop destinations such as Mexico City, Guadalajara, and Cabo San Lucas/San Jose del Cabo.
Along with John Wayne Airport, Orange County’s geographic location allows for close proximity to Los Angeles International Airport, Long Beach Airport, and Ontario International Airport.