Why Move Culver City?
Move Culver City is implementing the vision set forth in the City’s TOD Visioning Plan (adopted in 2017) & the Bicycle and Pedestrian Action Plan to implement holistic transportation options for pedestrians, bicyclists, and transit riders. To do this, Culver City Transportation Department is looking to implement three Tactical Mobility Lane Pilot Projects through the quick-build process in three different phases:
Phase 1: Tactical Mobility Lane on Washington Boulevard
Phase 2: Tactical Mobility Lane on Sepulveda Boulevard
Phase 3: Tactical Mobility Lane on Jefferson Boulevard
Culver City does not have the ability to add new capacity by widening roadways. Instead, we need to make our roadways more efficient by prioritizing high occupancy modes such as transit and promote sustainable transportation modes like walking and bicycling to ensure that we can continue to grow and leverage current and future transportation investments, including the Expo Line, bikeshare, scooter-share and microtransit. These pilot projects will serve as the opportunity for Culver City to learn how the permanent infrastructure improvement would work and demonstrate the benefits of such infrastructure to maximize the use of the roadway.
Who is Involved?
The community’s input is vital to the development of the Move Culver City project!
The project team will be seeking input on the project’s design through multiple design workshops over the next couple of months. The project team will also meet regularly with the Mobility, Traffic, and Parking Subcommittee, comprised of various municipal and county agency staff, and its Community Project Advisory Committee (CPAC). The CPAC is comprised of residents, advocates, and other stakeholders, that will provide ongoing feedback and direction throughout the Design Alternatives and Development phases.
City Council is fully supportive of the project and has directed the City to plan and implement tactical mobility lane pilot projects.
Summary Engagement Schedule: Phase 1
Below you will find a summary of the engagement schedule for the four-month design process. To register for any of these meetings, or to view past events, please visit our Meetings page. As the schedule progresses, a summary of each event will be shown in the Project Status page, including an archive of each meeting, and other videos explaining the planning process and the work completed during the process.
PROJECT INITIATION (OCTOBER)
During Project Initiation, the project team established the overall framework for the project and held inaugural meetings of the three major engagement channels.
- CPAC #1 – 10/22, 6pm – 8pm
- Mobility Subcommittee #1 – 10/27, 3pm – 6pm
- Business Roundtable #1 – 10/29, 9-11 am
DESIGN ALTERNATIVES (NOVEMBER)
Throughout the month of November sectional alternatives will be developed that illustrate the various ways to reallocate street space. Alternative(s) will be chosen by the Mobility Committee on November 19. These will form the basis of the Design Development phase.
- Community Virtual Workshop # 1 – 11/11, 6pm – 8pm
- CPAC #2 – Combined with workshop (above)
- Business and Organization Meetings Field Meetings – 11/13, 9am – 12pm and 2pm – 5pm
- Field Survey and Field Meetings with Public – 11/13, 12pm – 2pm
- CPAC #3 – 11/18, 6pm – 8pm
- Mobility Subcommittee #2– 11/19, 3pm – 4:30pm
DESIGN DEVELOPMENT (DECEMBER)
Once design alternative(s) have been chosen, the project team will spend the rest of the year translating those sections to every part of the corridor.
- Studio Hours – 12/1 – 12/4, hours TBD
- Business Roundtable #2 – 12/2, 9-11 am
- CPAC #4 – 12/8, 12pm – 1pm
- Community Virtual Workshop #2 – 12/8, 6pm-8pm
- CPAC #5 – 12/17, 12pm – 2pm
- CPAC #6 – 1/21, 6pm – 8pm
- Business Roundtable #3 – 1/22, 9am – 11am
- Special Council Meeting – 2/1, 6pm – 8pm
- CPAC #7 – 2/11, 6pm – 8pm
- Community Virtual Workshop #3 – 2/23, 6pm – 8pm
- CPAC #8 – 3/24, 6pm – 7pm
- Business Roundtable #4 – 3/25, 3pm – 5pm
- CPAC #9 – 4/15, 6pm – 7pm