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Seventeenth Street is one of the wider streets in Santa Ana, with this stretch from curb to curb being more than 102 feet wide--the car flew more than fifty feet to reach that office's second floor.
According to OCTA's criteria, a streetcar or bus rapid transit would best serve the needs of people using this busy corridor.
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More than 45 people came out to a busy street in Santa Ana on December 14 to walk together and talk about the history and future of the surrounding area.
OCTA is considering widening the I-405 through Irvine. Its EIR says that would not have any environmental impact.
A group of youth from KidWorks, a Santa Ana nonprofit, has been working for the past two years to make sure skateboarding is included in transportation conversations in the city.
Santa Ana resident Martin Mares remembers when he was 8 years old riding his bike on Hazard Avenue sidewalks to get to soccer practice. Mares, who grew up near the intersection of Euclid and Hazard, never questioned why he chose the sidewalk; he knew only that the street felt unsafe to ride. “No way would […]
An interview with Chuck Marohn of Strong Towns about some of California's most pressing issues around growth and development--as well as some of the promising solutions coming out of Santa Ana.
Alliance for a Healthy Orange County created a training program for residents and advocates to learn skills and knowledge about housing, transportation, and access to healthy food. Trainees can then will share the information with their networks.