4th Street Corridor Alterations On the Way to Improve Pedestrian Safety, Beautify the Area

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A much needed crosswalk will be added to 4th Street’s Retro Row corridor thanks to a public-private partnership between the owners of The Social List and Lola’s Mexican Cuisine and the City of Long Beach.
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Broadway Corridor Project to Bring New Improvements in Long Beach

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Second Street in Alamitos Beach. File photo. More parking spaces and pedestrian- and bike-friendly roads will be coming to parts of Long Beach soon as city officials announced Friday that the Broadway Corridor Revitalization project is underway. The corridor...
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Metro to Consider Distributing Pre-Loaded TAP Cards to the Homeless, Domestic Violence Victims

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The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) is looking at providing pre-loaded TAP cards to individuals experiencing homelessness or domestic violence victims throughout the county.

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Mid-Century Modern Alexander House on the Market for $1.65M in Park Estates Neighborhood

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For the first time ever, the Alexander House by renowned architect John Lautner, is on the market for a cool $1.65 million according to Crosby Doe Associates.

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Chic Corner Unit Just Listed At the Masonic Temple Lofts in Long Beach

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The loft is being offered at $639,000 and features over 1,700 square feet, high ceilings and large windows offering plenty of natural light.

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Free Holiday Express Shuttle Between Long Beach Airport and Blue Line to Launch Saturday

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Long Beach Transit (LBT) and the City of Long Beach announced this week the start of a pilot program to provide free transportation between the Long Beach Airport (LGB) and the Metro Blue Line via an LBT-operated express bus...

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Long Beach Transit Receives $600K Grant to Purchase Near-Zero CNG Engines

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Long Beach Transit (LBT) announced this week that it received a $600,000 grant to purchase 40 “near-zero” compressed natural gas (CNG) engines.

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Long Beach Transit Pilot Program Adds Uniformed Security Riding Buses

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Long Beach Transit users may start noticing the presence of uniformed security officers riding with them, that’s because they are part of a pilot Transit Ambassador Program that just launched, LBT officials announced earlier this week.

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Bluff Park Home Once Badly Damaged by 2015 Fire on the Market for $1.699 Million

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A two-story Bluff Park home that made headlines when a fire broke out in 2015, displacing two residents and killing a dog, has been restored and is on the market for a cool $1.699 million.

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Long Beach Transit Seeking Public’s Input on Possible Service Changes

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Long Beach Transit (LBT) will host a series of community meetings this month starting Wednesday, October 4, to address possible changes to its transit service.

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