The Orange County Transportation Authority plans to move its security, shipping, and emergency operations from Garden Grove to a new facility being built off of Highway 5 in Anaheim.
Known as the Transit Security and Operations Center (TSOC), the $ 38 million building will be 32,000 square feet and will be constructed on 2.9 acres on Lincoln Avenue and North Manchester Avenue.
It will replace a three-decade-old facility that wasn’t built for emergency services or today’s technology and doesn’t have enough space, said Andrew Do, Orange County supervisor, chairman of the OCTA board.
Trying to retrofit and maintain the old building would be expensive and an ongoing expense, he said.
“Basically, sometimes it’s cheaper to just start and build what we need instead of trying to keep something out of date for what we need now,” he said.
The money is expected to come from state and federal funds and not be taken from bus services …