The mechanic alleges he’s been blacklisted from the electric scooter industry after saying he wouldn’t ignore damage to scooters.
According to Metro staff, the southern portion of the closure—which includes all stations south of the Willowbrook/Rosa Parks station—will begin at 4 a.m. Saturday.
Bumpy roads, uneven pavement and potholes cost drivers in the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim areas more than $900 a year, it said.
Rather than dismissing scooters under a ban, Long Beach has done something entirely different: created a program that actually incorporates them an alternative mode of transit.
The scooter program will operate similar to the city’s existing bike share program, in which users can rent a scooter for a flat initiation fee—typically $1—and then pay about 15 cents for every minute the scooters are in operation.
The City of Long Beach has launched a new downtown shuttle service that offers free rides in partnership with The Free Ride app using gas free electric vehicles.
Pedal Movement, Walk Long Beach and The Villages at Cabrillo are the three Long Beach winners of the Just Transit Challenge, which selected applicants whose projects found “affordable, accessible, and greener transportation solutions” for the community.
Long Beach’s Citizen’s Advisory Commission on Disabilities (CACoD) will be holding a public town hall meeting regarding transportation issues Friday, March 31, officials announced Tuesday.
U.S. Maritime Administrator Paul “Chip” Jaenichen and Long Beach Vice Mayor Suja Lowenthal hosted the third of 11 nationwide regional forums on the Beyond Traffic draft framework at Long Beach Convention Center Monday, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Five companies were honored in San Pedro this week by the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach for their efforts to fight against harmful emissions at the 6th Annual Clean Air Action Plan Air Quality Awards.