Long Beach Transit
Long Beach Transit will take you just about anywhere in Long Beach, plus parts of Lakewood, Signal Hill and eight other neighboring cities.
A free “Passport” bus serves major attractions and destinations in and around downtown like Pine Avenue, The Pike at Rainbow Harbor, the Convention Center, Shoreline Village, Aquarium of the Pacific, The Queen Mary, and many downtown hotels.
Most Long Beach Transit buses, including the Passport, can be accessed at the beautiful First Street Transit Gallery, located on 1st Street, between Long Beach Blvd. and Pine Avenue in downtown Long Beach. Transfers to and from the LA Metro Rail Blue Line can be made just west of Pine on 1st. Passes and other information can be obtained at the Transit and Visitor Information Center on the corner of 1st and Pine.
For the most up-to-date Long Beach Transit information, routes and schedules, please visit www.lbtransit.com. For schedule information regarding LA Metro Rail, please visit www.metro.net.
Daily Service from May 18 – Sept. 29, 2013
What is that red, yellow and purple boat? It's The AquaLink water taxi from Long Beach Transit. The 68-foot catamaran comfortably ferries 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, at the Queen Mary, and at Belmont Pier. Click Here for schedule and locations.
Ride Free in Downtown Long Beach
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