The City has released the ‘mid-point’ pilot report on the MOVE project. The overview shows bus ridership up by 52%, cycling activity up by 32%, pedestrian activity up by 18%, and a two minute increase in drive time through the project during ‘peak periods’ as compared to 2019.
In November 2021, the City of Culver City launched the MOVE Culver City Project in the downtown corridor. This effort includes the creation of physically separated bus and bike lanes on Washington and Culver Boulevards by converting a single vehicle travel lane in each direction. MOVE Culver City is a pilot project that reimagines streets as public spaces for sustainable mobility options. The City Council unanimously voted to support this pilot project to offer more and better mobility alternatives in Culver City.
As part of the MOVE Culver City pilot project, the City has commissioned the Mid-Pilot Report, which is now available. The report summarizes the data collection, public feedback, and lessons learned from the first six months of the yearlong pilot evaluation period.
View the full report.
Please visit the MOVE Culver City website for more information on the project.
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