As we emerge from the pandemic, internships – even those that occur post-graduation – are more vital than ever to the success and competitiveness of a student.
Travelers headed to Cook’s Corner for lunch over the past year may have noticed cattle grazing in the field across the road from the historic biker bar.
Moving and planting cactus can be a prickly business, but it was all part of a plan developed by the Transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA) and its partners to help the small brown-and-white cactus wren bird thrive in Orange County. The cactus wren, as you might deduce from its name, makes its home in cacti like prickly pear and cholla – the spinier, the better. Nests built within dense bristles and thorns protect its young from predators.
A little more than a year ago, the Transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA) celebrated the grand opening of the Oso Parkway Bridge, which provides motorists with a direct connection between the 241 Toll Road and Los Patrones Parkway.
The Toll Roads remain committed to prioritizing the needs of drivers and making the customer experience as satisfying and stress-free as possible — regardless of the challenges in the world around us. In Fiscal Year 2021, for another year in a row, drivers have given The Toll Roads’ Customer Service high marks.
a two-hour Zoom session as a part of the Women’s Transportation Seminar Orange County Chapter’s (WTS-OC) 2021 Transportation Academy.
These cows don’t have names. Unlike the cattle found on the native homeland of Transportation…
Originally published by the International Bridge Tunnel and Turnpike Association (IBTTA) California’s Transportation Corridor Agencies…
A History of Sound Planning Thirty years ago, through visionary leadership, Orange County made the…
Tomorrow’s transportation leaders recently gathered via Zoom when the Transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA) hosted an educational seminar as part of the Women in Transportation (WTS) Orange County Chapter’s Transportation Academy.