Routes and Services
Long Beach Transit connects you to Long Beach and beyond with over 30 bus routes and thousands of stops in Long Beach, Lakewood, Signal Hill and our surrounding communities. Let LBT connect you to where you want to go.
LBT now has an app for fare. Download today and start riding – no cash needed!
Text For Your Next Bus
Please note: As of May 10, 2019 the Text for Next Bus is down until further notice. This is an issue with the vendor, not LBT. Thank you for your patience while we find another solution.
Finding the next bus doesn’t require data. Connect to our text for next bus and get live updates on when your bus will arrive.
Just follow these steps:
- Look for your stop id number in the bottom right corner of the bus stop sign.
- Text LBT and the stop id to 27299. So, if you are at stop 1454 you would text LBT1454 to 27299
- The next arrival times of all buses for that stop will be texted back.
You can also add your route number if your bus stop serves different LBT routes. Just add the route number after LBT and the stop ID. (LBT1454 121)
Passport – Your free ride in the heart of the action. Are you down?
LBT’s Passport bus invites you to explore the diverse shops, restaurants, and activities that line every un-square block in Downtown Long Beach. Visit the Transit Visitor and Information Center on First St. and Pine Ave. for answers to all your LBT related questions. Visit www.lbtransit.com/services or call us to plan your trip or download the PDF schedule. The Passport takes you to the Queen Mary, Aquarium of the Pacific, Shoreline Village and the Pike Outlets.
We’re waiting for our wave.
LBT’s Water Taxi service, including AquaLink and AquaBus, is docked for the season. We’ll return to the water April 12 for Grand Prix Weekend.
Check back in March for 2019 service updates. Until then, happy land travels!
For information about fares, routes, and more visit our Water Taxi page. Learn More.
Whether you’re inspired by art or looking to explore the LA area for a day, Museum Express is your starting point for unforgettable experiences.
Long Beach Transit takes you directly from downtown Long Beach to some of the most captivating and historic arts, architecture, and scenic outdoor venues in Southern California.
Look for the 2019 schedule in May
Museum Express buses run every Friday-Sunday starting in July through the end of August 26.
$12 roundtrip for most destinations
Special services may cost more
Park and ride stress free to Galaxy Games with LBT’s Galaxy Express! We connect you from the Metro Blue Line Station at Del Amo or the Metro Silver Line Station at Harbor Gateway to the Dignity Health Sports Park for LA Galaxy home games.
Galaxy Express lets you park and ride for free to all Galaxy home games.
The Galaxy Express runs every 10 minutes beginning 90 minutes before kickoff through the match’s 15th minute. For return trips, the Galaxy Express will operate beginning at the match’s 75th minute through 45 minutes after the final whistle of the match.
For a schedule of games, please visit the Galaxy Game Schedule webpage.
Going to the Dignity Health Sports Park to catch the Chargers? Let LBT take you there for free with the Chargers Express. We take you from the Metro Blue Line Station at Del Amo and the Metro Silver Line Station at Harbor Gateway directly to the game.
Chargers Express lets you park and ride for free to all Chargers home games and runs every 10 minutes. Shuttle service beings 2.5 hours prior to kickoff and runs until 1.5 hours after the game.
For a schedule of games, please visit the Chargers Game Schedule webpage.
UCLA students, faculty, staff members and the general public can take away the stress of traveling along the 405 freeway through the UCLA Westwood Commuter Express pilot program service from Long Beach to West Los Angeles.
Ride worry free at our two Long Beach locations. For a schedule of our pick-up and drop-off locations, please click here and download our route map.
Fare Structure for General Public:
Long Beach Dial-A-Lift is a curb to curb, shared ride exclusively for persons who are unable to use the bus system. Dial-A-Lift drivers operate ADA-compliant vehicles and are specially trained in the needs of persons with disabilities.
Any resident of Long Beach, Lakewood, or Signal Hill who is at least 18 years of age, is a current member of Access Services, and is permanently mobility impaired can apply. Starting February 2019, we’ve extended service to the City of Paramount! To apply please download the following information or call us at 562.591.8751. You can also contact us.