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.
It’s like learning a new dance as Metro train operators and controllers adjust to the different service plan. We’ll keep working at it. The good news is our service has improved over the last few days. We firmly believe it will continue to get better in the coming days and weeks.
While early construction began on the Verizon Building adpative reuse, a lack of funding and litigation has put the project into a state of emergency.
North Long Beach could very well see its park supply increase thanks to a project which seeks to nearly double the acreage of Ed “Pops” Davenport Park
The City Council has decided to deny an appeal that challenged the legality of a major development at the northeast corner of Pacific Avenue and Third Street.
How the paths of two strangers—a mentally ill young man and a devout older woman—became intertwined in a shocking crime. Could more have been done to save them both?
It is a ranking most cities don’t want to achieve: When it comes to making a city less affordable, Long Beach ranks the third “best” in the nation, sitting behind Detroit and New Orleans.
Police were called to the scene at Willow Street and Long Beach Boulevard at about 11 a.m. where they found a minivan on the track, spokeswoman Shaunna Dandoy said.
After ten months of rehab work and closures, $1.2 billion, and a lot of frustration, it seems that Metro has yet to get the A Line back on track.
The Uptown Commons retail development will be taking over an empty, two-acre lot at 6600 Atlantic Ave. in North Long Beach.
“It’s typical of these kinds of restoration programs where someone has a little bit of money to take care of the stained glass, then the glass guys say you’ve got cracks in the terra cotta, and then you’ve got to replace the terra cotta with some that’s the right color.”
Celebrations are planned to feature entertainment by local performers, special giveaways and community booths.
Long Beach native and rapper Snoop Dogg will act as emcee for the Metro’s newly minted A Line (formerly the Blue Line) when the light rail formally re-opens to full functionality on Nov. 2.