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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Empty Dirt Lot Between Park And Ximeno to be Transformed Into Walkable Greenway

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The groundbreaking ceremony for the Red Car Greenway will take place on Saturday at 10:00AM, at the northwest corner of 4th Street and Park Avenue, the City of Long Beach announced today.

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Metro Releases Limited Edition TAP Cards Celebrating Bid for 2024 Olympic Games

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The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) announced today that limited-edition TAP cards celebrating the city’s bid for the Olympic and Paralympic Games are now available at select Metro stations.

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Long Beach, Metro Officials Announce Start of Multi-Agency Law Enforcement Partnership this Saturday

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Metro and city officials gathered at the Blue Line’s Willow Station Wednesday morning to announce the start of a multi-agency law enforcement partnership that, beginning this Saturday, will allow Long Beach police and Metro security personnel to patrol the...

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Metro Says Goodbye to Old Blue Line Rail Cars After 27 Years of Service

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After 27 years of service on the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s (Metro) Blue Line, the original Nippon Sharyo P865 rail cars are being replaced with new Kinkisharyo P3010 cars.

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Survey Shows Avocado Toast Not to Blame for Lack of Millennial Homeowners

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Avocado toast has gotten a bad wrap as of late. While the cool and crunchy small plate veteran of many a coffee shop may be overpriced, is it really the reason why so many millennials are stuck on the...

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IN PICTURES: Color Block Walk Culminates Outreach Portion of North Town Open Space Master Plan

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The Color Block Walk led participants on the 91 Freeway Embankment Loop project, where different-colored stations and infographics informed them about the planning process and allowed them to vote on different open space options.

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How the North Atlantic Corridor Will Become an Arts District, One PopUPTown at a Time

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PopUPTown Social, the first monthly event to take place on Thursday, May 25, will mark the beginning of a new Long Beach program using placemaking to activate spaces along the North Atlantic Avenue business corridor.

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Color Block Walk to Show an Underutilized North Long Beach Pocket Used as Public Open Space

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The North Town Open Space Master Plan has identified opportunities to create new public open spaces and connections between them.

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Inaugural Long Beach Jane’s Walk to Encourage Citizen-Led Walking Tours, Urban Literacy

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The pedestrian safety and walkable communities advocacy organization, Walk Long Beach, is for the first time bringing Jane’s Walk to the city, a program in honor of the forward-thinking urbanist.

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