Traffic Engineering and Traffic Planning
State and Federal laws require the correlation of Land Use Element building intensities in General Plan with the Circulation Element capacity. A Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) is required by the City of Orange so that the impact of the land use proposals on the existing and future circulation system can be adequately assessed and to ensure that California Environmental Qualities Act (CEQA) and Congestion Management Program laws and guidelines are met.
The following TIA requirements are intended for any person or entity who is proposing development in the City of Orange, and should be used in coordination with the City's Local CEQA Guidelines and Orange Municipal Code to guide the development review process.
For the City of Orange Traffic Impact Analysis Guidelines please click here. For the General Plan, Circulation Elements can be found at the Community Development web page here.
City Traffic Commission
City Traffic Commission duties are considered as advisory to the City Council. The duties are set forth in Chapter 10.06 of the Orange Municipal Code.Link to page
Parking Permit Information
View steps for implementing a Neighborhood Parking Permit Program on residential streets within Orange.Link to page
Traffic Flow Map
The traffic count data for the flow map is obtained by the use of mechanical traffic counters placed on the street, within the same area as the count station, for a 24-hour period during a typical weekday.Link to page
Residential Neighborhood Traffic ManagementLink to page