Welcome to Move Culver City, a website created to engage Culver City residents and businesses in the redesign of three corridors around the city. The project involves the rapid design and construction of three mobility lanes (bus-bike lanes) on Culver and Washington Boulevard Downtown, Sepulveda Boulevard, and Jefferson Boulevard using the Quick-Build method.
The project envisions a reimagining of our streets as public spaces and prioritizes moving people over cars in the design of the street. Bus riders, cyclists, and emergency vehicles will all benefit from increased speeds, ease of travel, and reliability of sustainable connections to key destinations and regional transit connections.
This website is intended to build support for and educate the public about the benefits of bus, bike, and pedestrian infrastructure, and make it easy for people to get engaged with the process of improving biking, walking, and transit use within Culver City.
Asphalt Art Survey!
The City of Culver City invites you to share your thoughts on the design of asphalt art components to be included in the Move Culver City project. Culver City staff and the rest of the Move Culver City project team will be teaming up with community volunteers and others in the production of the street art designs, and want YOUR input on what you think it should look like!
Phase 1: Washington Boulevard
The first phase of the project will start with the Culver and Washington Boulevards Downtown corridor, connecting Downtown Culver City, Metro E Line Station, and Arts District. The project will also include the redesign of the E-Line Culver City Station entrance and a Circulator service in the downtown corridor.
Click here for Version 1 Draft Design Plans
Click here for Version 2 Draft Design Plans
Click here for Version 3 Draft Design Plans
Click here for Version 4 Draft Design Plans
Want to join a meeting or schedule a time to meet with our designers? Click below!
No one knows Culver City better than you! Use our map to mark areas of concern.
Check out the designs in progress and watch recorded videos of previous meetings.
Take our survey to tell us more about yourself and your relationship with Culver City!