May 6, 2013
Service could be significantly cut or rates could increase, depending on the new contract. The university’s current contract with Silverado Stages Inc. will expire in a few months.
November 19, 2012
California State University, Northridge’s new station for Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority buses enables students to get to their classes without having to pay for a parking spot or search for parking.
September 17, 2012
California State University Long Beach Shuttle Services eliminated one shuttle and changed a route to travel clockwise around campus, saving money and time and making drop-offs safer for students.
May 24, 2012
California State University Long Beach signed a new three-year agreement with Long Beach Transit that will allow the entire campus year-round access to the city’s U-Pass program, starting May 26.
September 12, 2011
In light of the current economic situation, OCTA has also changed the credit minimum to qualify for a pass from 12 to nine credits to accommodate students who are unable to enroll full-time.
May 9, 2011
Service allows students, faculty and staff to ride Long Beach Transit or Passport shuttles for free by swiping their ID cards. California State University, Long Beach officials are confident the service will return in the fall.
March 14, 2011
To help accommodate the increasing number of students using public transportation and cut traffic congestion, the University plans to build a transit center by the summer.
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