It looks like Long Beach will be the first city in LA County to have a bike share program as the City let go of its former contract ...On May 20, 2015 / By Damien Newton
For renderings of PCEP’s proposal (City staff’s recommendation), scroll through gallery above.
This is Part III of a series. For Part I, which explores the two proposals and the ...On December 2, 2014 / By Brian Addison
This is Part II of a series. For Part I, which explores the two proposals and the history of the civic center rebuild, click here. For Part III, ...On November 11, 2014 / By Brian Addison
Above is a nighttime view of the Plenary/Edgemoor Civic Partnership’s proposal. For more renderings, look below.
This is Part I of a series.For Part II, which explores the option ...On October 15, 2014 / By Brian Addison
Way back in 1927, then-Councilmember Alexander Beck of Long Beach decided to build a tunnel that went under Ocean Blvd. at Pine Ave., or what is now called ...On August 4, 2014 / By Brian Addison
11:00AM | The Metropolitan Transportation Agency (Metro)’s board has decided to fund only one of two proposed ciclovías in Long Beach despite both proposals being amongst the highest-ranking events ...On June 26, 2014 / By Brian Addison
Five Wheelchair-Bound Long Beach-Area Residents Sue City for Violating ADA
Cracked pathways. Uprooted trees in sidewalks. Inaccessible crosswalks. These aren’t just problems for the common citizen walking on two ...On June 9, 2014 / By Brian Addison
Allan Crawford had expected to be Long Beach’s (interim) mobility coordinator for three months—and that three months turned into three years.
Crawford was approached to take on the job ...On January 3, 2014 / By Brian Addison