Now More Last Mile Connections in Orange County!

Beginning February 11, two new iShuttle buses will connect Metrolink passengers to employment in Irvine weekdays during peak hours. The bright green-and-blue iShuttle buses are timed to meet trains and will wait up to 15 minutes.

The iShuttle is one of the most inexpensive ways to complete the journey to work from Metrolink. Transfers from Metrolink are free.


From Tustin Station:

Route 405F covers areas southwest of the station with the last section circulating counterclockwise near Gillette and Armstrong.  Key employers along the route include The District, Cummins, Fox Racing, Collins Aerospace, Harvest Orange County, St. John Knits, Baxter Healthcare and more. Stops also include Amalfi Apartment Homes across from The District.

From Irvine Station:

Route 404E covers areas south and east of the station, ending at the Los Olivos Apartments off Irvine Center Drive.  Key employers along the route include Broadcom, Five Point Communities, Wyland Worldwide, Tropitone Furniture, Auto Nation, Toyota, Visio and more.

Additional iShuttle routes are available from both stations.

The iShuttle is provided by the City of Irvine and is operated and managed by the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA).

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1 Comment

  1. Great news. I would enjoy hopping on the Metrolink and going to other stations. However with many stations, you get off, then what? Need buses to take us to local shopping centers and attractions, etc.

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