The farther away a student lives, the more complex their commute to campus becomes both logistically and financially if they ride public transportation.
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L.A. Metro’s end-of-line policy has been blamed for Long Beach’s growing homeless population.
This student says yes.
Free rides will be offered on March 3 to help increase mobility to polling locations. The Walter Pyramid vote center will be available for voting from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m on March 3.
The LA Metro Blue Line has reopened and been renamed to the A Line after a nine-month temporary closure for construction. To celebrate the reopening, LA Metro offered free rides to the public over the weekend.
Students who rely on public transit could have a harder time getting around Los Angeles County after Metro revealed renovations that will cause an eight-month closure of the Blue Line. On Jan. 15 the Metro announced that the Blue Line will begin the first of two partial shut downs starting[Read More…]
Long Beach City Council approved two measures to improve public safety and approved the construction of new housing units in East Long Beach during a Tuesday night meeting. North Long Beach will be gaining back paramedic service Rescue 12, after it was pulled in 2010 due to low funds. The[Read More…]