Since the holidays are approaching, you may be considering your travel plans. You may be going home to celebrate with family or just taking a little vacation from a cold climate.
If you’re flying, you probably know driving to the airport can be a nightmare. The traffic, the panic (if you’re running late) and the other drivers all rushing to get to their planes can cause car accidents if one mistake is made. A new bus service taking people from Orange County to Los Angeles Airport can prevent these car accidents from happening.
Our car accident lawyers know how crazy it is on freeways during rush hour traffic. Major travel holidays — like Thanksgiving and Christmas — multiply that experience by about 100 (or at least it seems that way). Therefore, it is important for all drivers to exercise a little caution while you’re on your way to the airport.
Some people prefer to take a taxi or public transportation in cities that have them. Airport shuttles are also a useful alternative to driving on highways with the possibility of getting into a car accident.
The new bus route that will cut down on airport traffic seats about 22 people and runs six times every day from the Irvine Metrolink Station to the Los Angeles International Airport. The earliest bus leaves Irvine at 4:45 a.m., and the last one to leave Irvine for LAX is 4:45 p.m.
The one-way fare for the bus is $25 for adults and up to two children. Up to two students with a student ID (K-8th grade) and children under age five ride free. For more information on the bus and service, check out FlyAway’s website.
Our car accident lawyers believe in this and any other plan which can potentially cause fewer car accidents. More people taking this bus to the airport means less people on the highway and fewer car accidents. We do not discourage you from driving, but at the same time, there are more relaxing ways to get to the airport when you let someone else do the driving.
Please contact us for a free consultation with an experienced car accident attorney — we speak both English and Spanish — at (800) 655-6585. Click here and you may also submit your case for a Free Review. No fee if no recovery.