The Color Block Walk led participants on the 91 Freeway Embankment Loop project, where different-colored stations and infographics informed them about the planning process and allowed them to vote on different open space options.
PopUPTown Social, the first monthly event to take place on Thursday, May 25, will mark the beginning of a new Long Beach program using placemaking to activate spaces along the North Atlantic Avenue business corridor.
The North Town Open Space Master Plan has identified opportunities to create new public open spaces and connections between them.
Three bike paths have been proposed to serve bicyclists, pedestrians and transit riders within the I-710 corridor, and Metro wants your input.
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.
Selected from a pool of more than 4,500 applicants, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation announced their 144 finalists in the third annual Knight Cities Challenge, five of which seek to benefit Long Beach.
Long Beach Airport (LGB) has recently enhanced its roadways and pedestrian crossing in front of the historic terminal in an effort to improve customers’ travel experience, just in time for the holidays, according to city officials.
This Saturday, November 19, Mayor Robert Garcia is asking residents for input on plans for a new development at 2nd and PCH. A meeting is slated for the Seaport Marina Hotel’s Main Ballroom from 9:00AM to noon.