Train Transfers To and From Long Beach Airport

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Upon arrival at Long Beach Airport (LGB), passengers can choose from several ground transportation services, including rental cars, taxis, rideshares, and hotel shuttle services.

The closest Metro Rail station to Long Beach Airport is the Wardlow Station on the A-Line (formerly known as Blue Line).

Taxi fare from the Wardlow Station to the Airport is less than $25.00.

The A-Line provides rail service between Downtown Los Angeles (7th Street/Metro Center station) and connects with Long Beach Transit Buses at the Transit Mall in downtown Long Beach.

A-Line (Los Angeles Metro)

Address: Downtown Long Beach, 7th Street/Metro Center

The A-Line is a 35-kilometer light rail line running north-south between Los Angeles and Long Beach, California, passing through Downtown Los Angeles, South Los Angeles, Watts, Willowbrook, Compton, Rancho Dominguez, and Long Beach in Los Angeles County.

It is one of six lines in the Metro Rail system. Opened in 1990, it is the system's oldest and third-busiest line, with an estimated 22.38 million boardings per year as of December 2017.

A one-way fare costs $1.75. Discounts apply to qualified riders. It is operated by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

The A-Line passes near the cities of Vernon, Huntington Park, South Gate, Lynwood, and Carson. The under-construction Regional Connector will directly link this line to Union Station and into the San Gabriel Valley along the current route of the L Line, resulting in a longer A-Line.

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Long Beach Boulevard Train Station

Address: 11508 Long Beach Boulevard, Lynwood, California

Long Beach Boulevard station is an elevated light rail station on the C Line of the Los Angeles Metro Rail system. It is located in the median of Interstate 105 (Century Freeway), above Long Beach Boulevard, after which the station is named, in the city of Lynwood, California.

The station is not named for the city of Long Beach, which is located several miles south of this station and is served by A-Line.

The original name for the station was Long Beach Blvd/Interstate 105 but was later changed to Long Beach Boulevard.