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June 25, 2013

Long Beach Transit appoints new president/CEO

Kenneth McDonald brings over 25 years of transit experience, currently serving as the Assistant VP, Transit and Rail Systems with Parsons Brinckerhoff International, where he oversees transit programs and projects throughout the U.S. and Canada.


June 17, 2013

Long Beach Transit's Jackson retires

Brought about several initiatives, including a Dial-A-Lift service, the development and renovation of the First Street Transit Mall, and the AquaLink and AquaBus water taxis.


October 2, 2012

L.A. mayor, transit execs honored by APTA

Honorees include Long Beach Transit's Larry Jackson, HMM's Peter Cipolla, Lane Transit District's Greg Evans, Denver RTD's Lee Kemp and Parsons Brinckerhoff's Cliff Henke.


July 19, 2012

Long Beach Transit chief receives top APTA award

Laurence (Larry) W. Jackson, in his fortieth year as a leader and innovator at the Calif.-based transit system, was named the “Outstanding Public Transportation Manager” for 2012.


April 24, 2009

Long Beach Transit unveils new hybrid fleet

San Diego-based ISE Corp., provided the hybrid-electric drive systems, while New Flyer Industries manufactured the new buses.


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