Friday November 24th 2017 2.0 coming soon

Get the latest news from Culver City Crossroads delivered right to your inbox!

to Culver City Crossroads' RSS email feed for FREE. Once a day, you'll get local news, events and commentary from people who live here, work here, and love it.

If you enjoy reading or find value in the information we provide, please consider supporting the many hours of effort we put in to make this online newspaper available every day. You can easily make a one-time or monthly recurring donation by clicking the link below.

Thank you for your support!


Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

The Skinny - Amy Brunell

Looking Up - Bob Eklund

Ruth's Truths - Ruth Morris

Special Features - T. S. Owen

LOCALmotion - Jozelle Smith

Get Smart - Jamie Wallace

Workshop? Bikeshop? Walkshop? Culver City Wants Your Take on the TOD

sign-bike_pedestrian_vancouver1-864x400_cAs Culver City focuses on the future, getting input from residents is vital. Getting out of our cars to create a place where more of us walk than drive is the idea of the Transit Oriented Development District. Taking this on, foot by foot, will help the city planners to make it what it needs to be.

Think of the Highline in NYC, the Riverwalk in San Antonio, or any of dozens of plazas and promenades in other countries. Cites work better when they offer people car free space.

If you ride a bike, for transit or for pleasure, you will want to join us on your bike for a ride through Culver City’s Transit Oriented Development district and its surroundings. We want to experience with you the pleasures of biking in Culver City, as well as the “bumps”
in the road for bikers.

10:00 am Meet at El Barone
8641 Washington Boulevard
We’ll ride a circuit together and be back by noon.

If you enjoy a walk through town, whether on your way to work, shopping or play, come join us for a stroll around Culver City’s Transit Oriented Development district and its surroundings. Show us your favorite routes, secret short-cuts, and those places where things might be better for pedestrians.

12:00 noon Meet at the Expo Station
8817 Washington Boulevard
We’ll walk the neighborhoods and be back by 2:00.


Share This Post
Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterDigg thisShare on RedditShare on StumbleUponEmail this to someone

Leave a Reply