MOVE Project Celebrates One Month – City Seeks Comments on Your Experience

The MOVE Culver City bike and bus lanes and enhanced pedestrian experience has been operational for a month now. The city has received great feedback from users about what works and what needs improvement. We listened. Changes are coming soon to enhance and modify some of the design elements to make it easier to understand how to safely use all these new amenities.

We ask for your continued patience as we schedule contractors to implement the design enhancements. Please continue to give us your feedback. Visit the MOVE Culver City project website for more information. You can send questions, comments, or concerns through the Contact Culver City Portal or call us at (310) 253-6500. #MOVECulverCity. It’s how we get there.

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1 Comment

  1. Hello, I came out to Culver City from Palm Springs to visit a relative and got caught up in the terrible traffic caused by the road closures on Culver Blvd. After winding around for half an hour I finally made it to his Le Bourget Ave. house. I lived in the area for 16 years, from 1995-2011, and went to the Culver City downtown all the time to dine and go to the movies. I really don’t think it’s necessary to close off streets – they were great the way they were.

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