During its annual election board meeting on Monday, January 25, the Long Beach Transit (LBT) Board of Directors elected Maricela Renteria de Rivera as the transportation service’s new board chair, Sumire Grant as vice-chair and Mary Zendejas as secretary-treasurer, according to an announcement released Tuesday.
While Uber may spike their prices during peak hours of debauchery, fear not young penny-pinchers, Long Beach Transit (LBT) announced Thursday that they will offer free rides on New Year’s Eve starting at 5:00PM and lasting into the wee hours of the morning.
Long Beach Transit (LBT) announced today it plans to restructure the route of the Passport, the complimentary circulator that operates throughout downtown’s business districts and along the waterfront. A community meeting will be held to discuss the new route.
Some Long Beach Transit (LBT) routes will be detoured due to races associated with the Long Beach Marathon and 5K, LBT announced Friday.
Long Beach Transit (LBT) announced this week that starting Sunday, August 23, several LBT changes in service will commence.
This New Year’s Eve, don’t sit squinting behind your steering wheel trying to convince yourself you’re sober enough to drive home; leave your car and take a free bus ride.
China-based bus company Build Your Dreams (BYD), the company set to build Long Beach Transit (LBT) its first electric bus fleet, is coming under fire this week from both LBT and the California Department of Industrial Relations’ Division of Labor Standards Enforcement.
Long Beach Transit (LBT) inspectors who visited electric bus manufacturer BYD’s Changsha, China facility have discovered that frames which were to be shipped from China to be assembled for future LBT buses contained major flaws.
Long Beach Transit’s zero-emission bus initiative will take longer than expected as two major issues—bus weight and cracks in the bus structure—bring new challenges in the procurement of ten ZEBs from Chinese company BYD.
Facing an overwhelming reduction of bus transportation come fall, the Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD) and Long Beach Transit (LBT) are working together to make sure the transition of the thousands of students who previously depended upon school-based transportation to public transit will go as smoothly as possible.