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Long Beach Transit announces it will extend AquaLink water taxi service for its late-season schedule commencing Friday, September 23, 2016. The late-season AquaBus schedule will remain the same.
Late-season AquaLink service started September 9, 2016.
Long Beach Transit announces its water taxi season schedule for 2016. The AquaLink and AquaBus water taxis commence service on Saturday, May 21, 2016 and will operate a seven-day-a-week schedule through Labor Day on Monday, September 5, 2016.
On Tuesday, February 23 at 11 a.m., Long Beach Transit (LBT), along with Mayor Robert Garcia, will celebrate the completion of its new AquaLink water taxi dock. The public is encouraged to attend the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Commencing Sunday, February 7, Long Beach Transit service changes will commence.
The Passport route will remain unchanged south of Ocean Boulevard. However, it will now travel east on Ocean Boulevard, north on Elm Street, west on 4th Street, south on Long Beach Boulevard, west on 3rd Street, south on Pacific Avenue, east on Ocean Boulevard and south on Pine Avenue to continue the established route.
Long Beach Transit (LBT) has announced the launch of its new texting feature. The technology greatly enhances the customer experience by giving them the ability to receive next bus times right away.
In a world of smartphones and mobile applications, this simple texting feature is more relevant, because it also makes a positive impact on the people in our community that rely on a basic cellphone.
The City of Long Beach, Port of Long Beach, and Long Beach Transit were awarded a combined $23 million from the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) today for transportation infrastructure improvement projects in all funding categories by Metro.
Starting Sunday, August 23, Long Beach Transit service changes will commence.
Route 1: Service is being extended to SouthBay Pavilion; California State University, Dominguez Hills; and the StubHub Center (home of the LA Galaxy).
On April 27, 2015, the Long Beach Transit (LBT) Board of Directors authorized Kenneth McDonald, LBT President and CEO, to enter into a contract with Los Angeles-based company BYD Motors, Inc. for the purchase of 10 battery electric buses and supporting charging systems.
Construction will take place from 330 feet south of Pacific Coast Highway to 19th Street.
Work will begin this week on the widening of Cherry Avenue from 19th Street to Pacific Coast Highway (PCH), in the City of Long Beach south of Signal Hill.
Long Beach Transit President and CEO, Kenneth McDonald and Long Beach Police Chief Robert Luna, stand together in front of LBT’s Transit Gallery in downtown Long Beach where over 80% of its routes travel to.
Recently, Long Beach Police Chief Robert Luna, assessed daily activity along Anaheim Street and downtown Long Beach.