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February 2, 2015

Long Beach Transit Moves To TAP Card As Fare PassLong Beach Transit is rolling into a new era, fully transitioning next week to the Transit Access Pass (TAP) system. As of Sunday, Feb. 8, public transit users in Long Beach… READ MORE

February 2, 2015

Oil prices plummeting 60 percent in six months is forcing the city to curb its budget plans. The City Council will prioritize Tuesday larger projects planned along the coastline. Funding is supposed to come from oil revenues, but the commodity… READ MORE

February 2, 2015

Improving passenger counts, navigating a potentially tricky request for international flights and crafting a budget are among the priorities for newly-installed airport chief Bryant Francis. Francis, who most recently served as the director of Shreveport, La.’s two-airport system, started his… READ MORE

February 2, 2015

Master of Ceremonies Drew Satariano welcomed the 120 guests at the sixth annual awards banquet of the Aquatic Capital of America on Jan 21 at the law offices of Keesal, Young & Logan. Following a reception and dinner filled with… READ MORE

January 29, 2015

When Congresswoman Janice Hahn watched President Barack Obama give his 2015 State of the Union Address, she said one thing that caught her attention was when he talked about ports and the need to invest in transportation and infrastructure. “When… READ MORE