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Long Beach Transit makes slight changes for summer

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aqualink-and-aquabus.jpgLong Beach Transit will implement its summer service change, effective June 22, 2008, resulting in minor impacts to the operating schedules of certain fixed-route services.
Certain timepoints in the weekend time schedules for Passports A and D have been changed by a few minutes, but weekday service will continue to operate without adjustment. Midday service frequency for routes 51 and 52 has been increased to 12 minutes during weekdays, with slight time schedule adjustments, but weekend service remains the same. Routes 45 and 46 have minor frequency changes during peak school hours, and weekend running times have also been slightly altered.
Operating hours for the AquaLink and AquaBus water taxis are expanded for the summer season to accommodate a seven-days-per-week operating schedule, including some late evening service. Customers can take a ride on the AquaLink and sip a cool beverage while they coast from the downtown harbor to Alamitos Bay Landing. Or they can easily travel between Long Beach’s waterfront attractions using the AquaBus—a 40-foot boat that stops at these waterfront attractions: The Queen Mary, the Coast Hotel, Catalina Landing, the Aquarium of the Pacific, and Pine Avenue Circle. The price for Long Beach Transit’s unique water taxi services is $1 for the AquaBus and $3 for the AquaLink, each way.
Personal trip planning and real-time bus tracking are available online at, or customers can call Long Beach Transit advisors at (562) 591-2301, Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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Long Beach Transit makes slight changes for summer