Orange County still asking residents for feedback on transportation improvements

Orange County officials are still accepting feedback from local residents for transportation improvements they would like to see across the area.

According to Orange County Mayor Jerry L. Deming’s office, to date around 4,350 residents across the county have taken the Transportation Initiative Survey.

Although details from the survey have not yet been released, a preliminary screenshot released by officials shows that many of the respondents live in the western half of the county.

The county has extended the deadline to participate in the survey through April 25.

If you are a resident living in Orange County, share your feedback by visiting the Orange County Transportation Initiative Survey.

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