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The Culver City Bicycle & Pedestrian Action Plan (BPAP) team was invited to present to the meeting of the Culver City Chamber of Commerce’s Issues and Eggs breakfast on March 29th. Alongside Walk ‘n Rollers Founder Jim Shanman and Transportation Director Art Ida of Culver City Transportation, at least 30 Chamber members learned about the future of mobility in Culver City and how to provide feedback on the BPAP.
After the presentations, there was a Question and Answer session where members of the public provided specific recommendations on improving the safety of Culver City residents and strengthening the local economy. A great discussion was had by everyone – discussing opportunities for changes today, like more crosswalks and opportunities in the future like Microtransit and autonomous vehicles.
Thanks to Chamber of Commerce’s President/CEO Colin Diaz for organizing such a great event! If you were unable to attend the meeting, we still want to hear from you. Please see our main page at CulverCity.BikePedPlan.com for numerous opportunities to provide feedback on existing and proposed street elements.
A day at the park: On Friday, March 23, 2018, the Baldwin Hills Conservancy heard a presentation from the Culver City Bicycle & Pedestrian Action Plan team. The BHCA is a state-designated agency dedicated to acquire and manage the open space areas in Baldwin Hills, including Kenneth Hahn and other nearby parks. Some of the park area falls inside the City of Culver City and the connections between parks as part of the Park to Playa Regional Trail will involve crossing streets.
The committee was happy to hear about the project and offered its general support for the project, and appreciated that the work will complement the ongoing work with the BHCA. If you were unable to attend the meeting, we still want to hear from you. Please see our main page at CulverCity.BikePedPlan.com for numerous opportunities to provide feedback on existing and proposed street elements.