Orange County Infrastructure Projects Meet Demands of Growing Population
Orange County is California’s third largest county and home to more than 3 million residents. With a growing population and an expanding economy, Orange County infrastructure projects meet the demands with repairs and improvements to county roads, highways and toll roads; increasing the supply of quality drinking water; and updates to the John Wayne Airport.
With the drive to build a more livable and safe city, there is also a sustainable component. Green practices are integrated into many of these infrastructure projects, including 100 percent zero-emission technology in the OC bus fleet, the electric-powered light rail line, and the world’s largest water reuse project that will produce 130 MGD of advanced purified recycled water.
Orange County Blogs
Talking SoCal Infrastructure, Innovation, Education and Housing with former OCBC President Lucy Dunn
New Podcast Episode Explores Dunn’s Accomplishments, Career and What’s Next In this new episode of The Rebuild SoCal Zone podcast, Rebuild SoCal Partnership’s Carol Church sits down [...]
New Report Card: California Failing in Affordable Housing
Only 16% of Housing Permitted in 2020 Was Affordable The Golden State isn’t golden for many as a new report card shows not nearly enough affordable housing [...]
CA Infrastructure to Benefit from $700M SB 1 Investment
The California Transportation Commission (CTC) has allocated more than $2.1 billion for projects to repair and improve transportation infrastructure throughout the state. Once again, the CTC investments are [...]