Photo by Brian Addison. Renderings courtesy of the City of Long Beach.
The construction of a $11.1M, 605-foot long pedestrian bridge along Seaside Way in DTLB officially started construction ...On July 20, 2017 / By Brian Addison
Photo by Daniel Brezenoff.
There’s been rainbows and piano keys and even tessellation artwork used to designate crosswalks throughout Long Beach.
Well, the peeps over at Studio One Eleven have ...On July 6, 2017 / By Brian Addison
Photo by Brian Addison.
Long Beach squeaked into the Top 10 most walkable cities according to a report from WalkScore—and that’s largely due to DTLB increasing its WalkScore ...On June 15, 2017 / By Brian Addison
There’s more to the word and law behind “jaywalking” than meets the eye or common assumption.
In fact, lurking behind this common word and often-cited form of lawbreaking sits ...On April 14, 2017 / By Brian Addison
Long Beach Needs This is a series that addresses two things: Long Beach’s infamous “Manhattanitis,” where our people tend to stick to all-things-Long-Beach while rarely stepping outside and ...On March 16, 2017 / By Brian Addison
Photo above courtesy of Juxtapoz. Rendering below courtesy of the DLBA.
First came the rainbows. Then came the piano keys. Now, more creative crosswalks will invade the streets of ...On March 3, 2017 / By Brian Addison
DTLB hit a new milestone: it has a Walk Score of 92 and, in turn, has made Long Beach the most walkable city in Southern ...On April 27, 2016 / By Brian Addison
Photo by Brian Addison.
Praise be to the biking and pedestrian gods: the stretch of Shoreline Drive from Ocean Boulevard to Linden Avenue will be massively improved for bicyclists, ...On January 11, 2016 / By Longbeachize Staff
As the first half-year comes to a close, Long Beach is experiencing a tragic realization: the number of pedestrian killed by vehicles has already surpassed the total number ...On July 30, 2015 / By Brian Addison
Out of 178 applications vying for Metro money, 84 of those are part of the preliminary staff recommendations that means their project could become a reality. ...On July 6, 2015 / By Longbeachize Staff
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
There is no question that the Class 1 separated bike/ped lane along the soon-to-be Gerald Desmond Bridge project was a score for bicyclists and new urbanists ...On May 13, 2014 / By Brian Addison
Photos by Brian Addison.
Mayor Bob Foster, in his final stretch as Keeper, gave his final State of the City address to hundreds last night. Though addressing the Port ...On January 15, 2014 / By Brian Addison