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2018 Mobility Forum – Bikes, eScooters & Public Transportation

The Downtown Residential Council held a Mobility Forum on November 30, 2018 at Studio 1:11. We were pleased to have presentations by the following groups: (Click each thumbnail for presentation)

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Topic: Bikes and eScooters
Organization: City of Long Beach
Presenter: Michelle Mowery – Mobility & Healthy Living Programs Officer
Presentation: Mobility Programs and Projects
Summary: Bike lane projects,  Bike share, Events, eScooter pilot, New website

 

 

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Topic: Blue Line
Organization: Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Presenter: Ayda Safaei
Presentation: Next Stop: A Better Blue Line
Summary: Details, Timeline & Alternate Service for the Blue Line maintenance/improvements

 

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Organization: Long Beach Transit
Presenter: Tracy Beidleman – Manager, Government Relations, Capital Planning and Grant Programs
Presentation: Mobility Options in Downtown Long Beach
Summary: Statistics, Planned Improvements, Transit Connections, Water Taxi

 

FreeRideThumbnailTopic: The Free Ride
Organization: www.TheFreeRide.com
Presenter: Daniel Kramer, Vice President, Operations
Presentation: Last Mile Solution
Summary: Description, Statistics, Pilot program results, Other cities

 

 

The Long Beach Downtown Residential Council (DRC) hosts forums to benefit the Downtown Neighborhoods.

The Downtown Residential Council (DRC) is a local entity that brings together leaders of the Downtown residential community. This area is loosely bound on the south by the ocean, to the north by 10th Street, on the west by the 710 freeway, and to the east by Alamitos Avenue.

The DRC allows representatives of downtown neighborhoods to jointly discuss issues of common concern. They can then work together to achieve solutions of benefit for residents. We focus on community, communication, and impact to make Downtown a better place to live!

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