Need a quick transport around Long Beach, California, or just looking to take a scenic route? Try one of these public transportation methods during your stay for the APA’s 37th Annual Congress, May 14-18.
The Passport Shuttle is a free transportation service that loops around Long Beach’s most popular downtown attractions and destinations, including the Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center where this year’s Congress is being held. The shuttle makes stops every 15 minutes from 5:00 a.m. to midnight.
If you want to explore further, the Metro Blue Line, Los Angeles County’s first light rail transit system, runs from 7th Street in Downtown L.A. to Long Beach. Prices vary between $1.75 for one-way trips to $7 for a day pass.
Water taxies, the AquaBus and the AquaLink, run seven days a week. The AquaBus runs between the Queen Mary, Shoreline Village, and more for $1 each way, while the AquaLink runs between the Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific and Alamitos Bay Landing for $5.
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