Inland Cities

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Orange County's inland region is densely populated. Most of the cities here are suburban communities with light industry and commercial offices and services.



This is a large conurbation of residential and commercial areas, the border between individual cities sometime a little subtle. There are however between the cities large differences in wealth as well as distinctive cultural and ethnic differences in some suburbs.

Get in[edit]

By plane John Wayne Airport (SNA) is the best plane connection into the area avoiding the traffic congestion from LAX. Long Beach Airport (LGB) is also worth considering if connections available.

Get around[edit]

Although the OCTA provide a good coverage of the area with buses this is a car metropolitan. People drive everywhere, it is rare to see people walking outside of the malls and a couple of cities that have retail streets.

The majority of the roads have a grid structure. Having the relative position of a few north-south and a few east-west roads in your head will be enough to get around the region without a map, although it takes a little time to remember exactly where the diagonally running Interstate 5 and Interstate 405 cross the main grid roads.

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