There’s only two more weeks left before the Ivy Station project begins, and then for the next two years, there will be no parking available next to the Metro. As construction kicks into gear, many changes will be taking place in regard to parking, bus lines and the option of neighborhood permits.
Metro’s Culver City Expo Station parking lot (between Washington, National, and Venice Boulevards) will close February 14th to make way for project construction. Construction will run through 2019. The last day to park in the lot will be February 13th. During the construction period, alternative parking will be available at the Ince Parking Garage (9099 Washington Boulevard) in downtown Culver City or at the nearby La Cienega/Jefferson Metro Expo Station. Parking fees at the Ince Parking Garage will be $3/day for patrons with a recently used TAP card.
Culver CityBus will establish two temporary stops adjacent to the Ince parking structure: westbound (on Washington Boulevard, in front of the Toyota dealership) and eastbound (on Washington Boulevard, between Culver Boulevard and Ince Boulevard). Using a TAP card to take Culver CityBus between the Ince Lot and the Culver City Metro Expo Station is considered a transfer.
If your neighborhood wants to implement a residential permit parking district, please call Richard Solis in Culver City Traffic Engineering at (310) 253-5615 or e-mail [email protected]. The City’s permit parking program requires a block-by-block petition to begin proceedings.
Ivy Station is being developed by Lowe Real Estate Enterprises. Please visit the News & Events section at www.IvyStationCulverCity.com for further information. If you have questions or concerns about the project or its construction, please contact Lowe Real Estate Enterprises at (310) 205-8488 or [email protected].