Councilmember Rex Richardson seems to be the only one who cares about affordable housing in a city with homelessness and a lack of affordability.
The city of Long Beach has set a goal of reaching zero pedestrian or bicyclist deaths by 2026—but where are they at on this goal and why is traffic violence for our most vulnerable on the rise?
Eleven of those units are set aside for those making up to 20% above the average median income, commonly called the moderate income household or “missing middle” in regard to the housing crisis.
All three of Long Beach’s major transit connectors—Long Beach Transit, Metro Los Angeles, and the Orange County Transportation Authority—will be offering New Year’s Eve revelers free rides across their transit platforms.
Jewels is receiving a key to the city, a given for the queer kids in Long Beach for whom Jewels has saved—and that includes me.
Danny Johnson received a notice saying his store had one week to respond to a renewal of their lease, increasing their monthly rent from $3,300 to $9,000.
2018 data from the the California Statewide Integrated Traffic Records System for Los Angeles County shows that pedestrian deaths and injuries peak when, quite obviously, more cars are on the road, initially in the morning hours and then peaking once again after 5 p.m. and onward.
The move, which will require drivers to pay for parking between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. (down from 9 p.m.), came after controversy over new parking regulations set earlier this year.
The $215 million Broadway Block project, a multi-faceted development set to take up the eastern edge of Long Beach Boulevard between Broadway and Third Street, has officially broke ground and will bring one of the city’s largest developments to what has largely been an empty parking lot for decades.
Long Beach Transit has had a long history of partnering with organizations in order to provide cheaper transit options—and that includes getting locals to Las Vegas.
Shoreline Development Partners are being sued by one its subcontractors, according to documents obtained by Longbeachize.
In an effort to boost safety, Santa Monica-based scooter company Bird will offer ride credits to users who take a selfie while wearing a helmet.
A total of 500 bikes will be added to the Bike Share network over the next few months, officials said.