To continue serving the community, Long Beach Transit has been operating under modified bus routes, abiding by health and safety guidelines and allowing passengers to ride for free throughout the pandemic. Video by: Lauren Berny
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Unfortunately, being sheltered at home with all the resources someone needs is not a reality for everyone. Being protected during this pandemic is a privilege not all can afford.
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.
Those who advocate for sustainable transportation say that buses and trains are the way to go. But these methods of getting around are inconvenient. Make them better, and maybe people will want to use them.
This story has been updated Long Beach State’s TAP card program was raised from a one-time $5 fee to $40 per semester, an 800% increase per semester. The program, which started in 2010, provides unlimited rides on all Long Beach Transit buses to enrolled CSULB students and faculty and staff[Read More…]