Long Beach Residents Reflect on Biking and the Blue Line

Jan. 16, 2013 / By

By CSULB Senior Seminar Reporters Kellie Reince, Kendra Ablaza, Eddie Kelly, Elisabeth Manville and Kyle Moothart

The following media pieces focused around transportation trends and issues within Central Long Beach. We reported on what we found to be most concerning to the residents in the area based off feedback from city officials. While many tout Long Beach as one the most bike friendly cities in the state, some complain that the Metro is too slow in expanding its light rails and completing much needed renovations.

The Blue Line Metro runs along Long Beach Boulevard crossing through Willow Street, Pacific Coast Highway and Anaheim Street in Central Long Beach.

The cycling culture continues to grow in Central Long Beach.

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VoiceWaves partners with the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) each semester to mentor students' community reporting. The Journalism 495 Enterprise Reporting in Diverse Communities course challenges students to build on their journalism skills covering various neighborhoods throughout Long Beach, including North Long Beach, Central Long Beach, Downtown, and the Westside.