Long Beach Groups Awarded $200,000 in Funds to Create Climate-Friendly Transportation Solutions

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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.

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Long Beach Advisory Commission on Disabilities to Hold Transportation Town Hall

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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.

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Region’s Infrastructure Leaders Offer Feedback for U.S. Dept of Transportation’s Beyond Traffic Framework

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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.

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Five Companies Honored By Port For Reducing Emissions

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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.

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OCTA I-405 Improvement Project Asks Long Beach to Pay Portion of Costs

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A public meeting will be held Wednesday night to allow Long Beach residents to provide comment on an updated proposal to widen the 405 in Orange County that details traffic impacts in Long Beach and calls for the city...

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Long Beach Leads California Ports in Cruise Embarkations, Report Says

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Though Florida takes an overwhelming share of the amount of cruise embarkations in the U.S.--a staggering 60%--California's chunk of the share has largely been driven by Long Beach, the only California port to make the top 10.

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Westbound Pier T Offramp to be Demolished for New Gerald Desmond Bridge Project

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The westbound Pier T offramp from Ocean Blvd. is now permanently closed and will be fully demolished during a closure of Ocean Blvd. this weekend. Removal of the overpass is necessary as construction begins on Terminal Island for the...

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