You have many options to get into and around DTLB. Whether you’re driving, taking public transit, or riding a bike, DTLB can accommodate you.
Parking in DTLB is opposite from what most expect in a downtown: it’s easy and affordable. For a quick stop use convenient on-street parking. For a longer stay you can park in Lots A, B, or C and get 2 hours free parking in the heart of DTLB.
- Lot A: 50 E. 6th Street (entrance on 6th and 5th Streets)
- Lot B: 50 E. 5th Street (entrance on 5th and 4th Streets)
- Lot C: 50 E 3rd Street (entrance on 4th and 3rd Streets)
The Passport is a free bus that connects you to DTLB’s most popular attractions and destinations, including the iconic Queen Mary, Aquarium of the Pacific, The Pike at Rainbow Harbor, Convention Center, Shoreline Village, and many downtown hotels, shops, and restaurants.
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DTLB is home to the Transit Gallery, your connection to points beyond Downtown with bus service to Long Beach Airport, and other local and regional destinations.
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The LAX FlyAway® buses offer convenient regularly scheduled round-trips, seven days a week, between each terminal at LAX and the Long Beach Transit Mall.
Downtown by Bike
We invite you to explore our 1.38 un-square miles by bike through our downtown neighborhoods. With over 40 murals, multiple parks, museums, and other attractions, we’ve got a lot for you to see. Check out our handy bike map and guide to get you rolling!
Bikestation operated by Pedal Movement provides members with 24/7 secure parking and additional services such as repairs and accessories. Bikestation is located in the Transit Gallery near the intersection of The Promenade and 1st Street.
For more information call: (562) 436-2453
Metro Blue Line
The Metro Blue Line connects DTLB to Downtown Los Angeles in a single ride. Catch the train at one of four DTLB Metro stations.
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The City of Long Beach recently launched an eScooter share pilot program to provide residents and visitors with additional mobility options. The program, which runs through October 30, 2018, enables six eScooter operators to each deploy 150 scooters throughout the City. The following laws and rules will help you stay safe and enjoy your ride.
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