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Long Beach Transit takes you just about anywhere you want to go in Long Beach, Lakewood and Signal Hill. We have 38 bus routes to provide you with fast, reliable service in air-conditioned comfort.
On The Passport A & D, you'll enjoy many of the best sites Long Beach has to offer. Rides west of Alamitos Avenue in downtown Long Beach are free, and trips east of Alamitos Avenue require standard fare. Travel along our sun-dappled coast to the Long Beach Museum of Art, Belmont Shore, Alamitos Bay Landing, the college campus at CSULB and on to the Traffic Circle's shopping and restaurants.
What is that red, yellow and purple boat? It's The AquaLink water taxi from Long Beach Transit. The 68-foot catamaran comfortably ferries up to 75 passengers to the most popular attractions in Long Beach Harbor and on down to Alamitos Bay Landing. Fare is just $5 and wheelchair boarding is available at Doc 4 near the Aquarium of the Pacific and at the Queen Mary.
What is that bright red boat? It's The AquaBus water taxi. The forty-foot boat comfortably ferries up to 49 passengers to the most popular attractions on the Long Beach Harbor waterfront. It’s also wheelchair accessible at most docking locations
Long Beach Dial-A-Lift is a curb-to-curb, shared ride transit service exclusively for the mobility impaired residing in and travelling throughout the cities of Long Beach, Lakewood and Signal Hill.http://www.lbtransit.org/Default.aspx
Phone: (562) 591-2301
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