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.
Set to affect some 197 parking spots, parking will be limited to three hours from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday with payment of $1 per hour.
West Long Beach is park poor—as in federally-defined as park poor, with less than an acre for every 1,000 of its residents.
The project is in early environmental review stages as the city moves toward replacing it with a more modern and safer bridge to accommodate anticipated traffic in the future.
Union Station’s historic ticketing hall will become home to the Metro Blue Line Celebration and Vintage Sign Auction event, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. as well as live online for those wishing to bid from home.
California and Arizona shared the 10 worst cities in the nations when it comes to air quality, with Long Beach and L.A. leading the way.
Rodoula Loizides, matriarch of the George’s Greek Cafe family has died at the age of 76. just five days after the passing of her beloved husband, George.
The Pacific Electric Railway’s Long Beach line, which stretched directly from Downtown Los Angeles to Downtown Long Beach, was nearly ten minutes faster than the current line.
The operators behind the 11-acre retail complex at the southwest corner of Pacific Coast Highway and Second Street will host its grand opening on Oct. 24.
Why do we talk so litter about how the Los Angeles region actually used to be home to one the nation’s most extensive fixed-rail transit systems?
Metro Los Angeles has announced its key light rail line, the A Line (formerl the Blue Line) will officially reopen Nov. 2.
Gov. Gavin Newsom, in a striking blow to transit and climate change advocates across the state, has vetoed the Complete Streets for Active Living Bill.
AB 68 allows for homeowners of single-family homes who apply to build “granny flats” to also build a second, “junior” flat on their property.
A new report shows the state will not meet its 2030 emissions goals until 2061 and will not meet its 2050 goals until 2157, a 31-year and a 107-year delay.