Join Metro for a Kick-off Meeting to discuss First/Last Mile improvements for the Culver City Station

Metro is working to make streets and sidewalks safe and convenient for everyone to support healthy neighborhoods. We are working to identify improvements in the Culver City Station area. Improvements focus on enhancing safety and access for transit riders accessing the station on foot, bike, or other rolling modes. 

Join Metro, Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT), BikeLA, and Walk ‘n Rollers  for a community meeting to identify strengths, barriers, and opportunities for walking, biking, and accessing public transportation in the 1/2-mile radius area around the Culver City Station on the E line (Expo). 

If you live, work, and/or play in the Culver City Station area join us to discuss the First/Last Mile improvements for the Culver City Station! 

Date: Wednesday, April 12th 2023 

Time: 6:00pm-8:00pm  


Helms Design Center  

8745 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232 

Register to attend at Details for traveling to the venue are provided with registration. 

Metro will also be seeking your input on First/Last Mile Improvements with comments like adding street lights and trees, as well as possible street design changes, such as bike lanes, crosswalks, and sidewalk improvements. Additionally, attendees will learn about related projects that focus on safety in the Culver City Station area.  

For more information about this particular event, contact 

For more information about the project, contact; a project website is under construction at 

You can also learn about the general Metro First/Last Mile program at our website. 


Categories: Transportation News

3 replies

  1. Isn’t Culver City in the process of removing all bus/bike lanes in Downtown Culver City. You know, within the first and last mile?