Noah | Long Beach Transit


Noah - Community Spotlight

Meet Noah

Noah is a California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) student, who relies on Long Beach Transit (LBT) for his daily commute to school and, whenever time permits, to explore Long Beach and the surrounding cities. Noah is currently completing his final semester at CSULB and will be graduating with a bachelor’s degree in human development this spring. Congratulations, Noah! 

“Using LBT throughout my college career has saved me a lot of money. I don’t just use LBT to commute to school; I also use it to explore the greater Long Beach area. On the weekends, I also enjoy taking Route 172 to the [Norwalk Station] train station, which from there takes me all over Los Angeles.” 

Noah rides with the Go Beach! Pass, which gives him unlimited rides aboard LBT buses. The Go Beach! Pass, available to CSULB students, staff, and faculty, offers two options: a 30-day pass for $40 (valued at $65) or a 150-day semester pass for $100 (with a value of $325). 

“For the past 5 years, I’ve been a full-time bus commuter, and it has really simplified my daily trips to and from school. My advice for those new to bus travel is to plan your trip in advance and make sure you’re at the bus stop at least 5 minutes before the scheduled arrival,” shared Noah. 

When Noah’s not studying, you can find him spending time with his pets or catching up with friends. 

Thank you for riding with LBT, Noah! 



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