New Speaker Series Event – Mobility Revolution

The City of Culver City is updating its General Plan! In coordination with this effort, the city is hosting an exciting Speaker Series to discuss critical issues affecting the city, the region, and beyond. The entire community is invited to join the discussion.

On Thursday, January 30, Culver City welcomes John Rossant for a presentation on ‘The Mobility Revolution.’ Rossant is the founder and chairman of the NewCities Foundation and CEO of CoMotion, the event and media platform behind CoMotion LA. He is also the co-author of the recently published Hop Skip Go: How the Mobility Revolution is Transforming our Lives. This book explores how advancements in technology are enabling a revolution in how we move around cities. Come find out what the future may hold for mobility in Culver City and the greater Los Angeles region. Book Soup will be on-site to host a book signing following the event.

Complimentary on-site childcare can be arranged in advance. Please RSVP for this event by going to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/culver-city-speaker-series-the-mobility-revolution-with-john-rossant-tickets-83089375559

If you have a disability and require a reasonable accommodation to participate in this event, please email [email protected] or call 310-253-5740 no later than Tuesday, January 28, to discuss your accessibility needs.

We recommend taking alternative modes of transportation to attend this event. With frequent service and direct connection to the Expo Line, a Culver CityBus can make it easy to attend! Plan your trip online or by calling 310-253-6500. Envoy is located a short walk from Culver CityBus Lines 1, 5, and 7; Big Blue Bus Line 17; Metro Bus Lines 17, 33, and 733; and Metro Expo Line’s Culver City Station. On-site parking is not available at this venue; however, street parking is available along Washington Blvd and is free after 6 PM.

Photo Credit – LA Times

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