The city of Long Beach should prioritize the development and expansion of infrastructure for alternative modes of transportation for those who cannot or choose not to drive. Many people and groups in Long Beach share this belief and recognize the benefits of creating safer streets. However, it can be challenging to keep up with the various agendas, meetings, and campaigns aimed at improving the quality of life for residents and visitors.
Car-Lite Long Beach seeks to unify like-minded people and entities by improving communication, providing education on relevant topics, and coordinating the efforts of interested parties. By joining us, you will stay informed about safe streets and car-lite initiatives in our city. We welcome your collaboration as we strive to create a safer, cleaner, and quieter community.
... I want to remove the need for a car from my life and to be able to bike without constant concern for my safety from vehicles.
Stephanie, District 5
... I want my child to grow up with the independence that comes from navigating her own neighborhood to go to school or visit friends.
Chloé, District 5
... exploring our neighborhood and it’s parks, shops, and restaurants on foot and bike helps our kids grow and learn. We meet people and learn to navigate, and want to do it all safely.
Steve, District 3
... maintaining independence after losing the ability to drive is important for my quality of life.
Erin, District 2