With the Expo Line line going through Culver City, the city is submitting requests to the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority for grants for various improvements around the railway and the Expo Line stop, according to Culver City Patch. Among other things, Culver City is seeking "Feeder Shuttle Service Vehicles," a service that would provide "three shuttles that would connect train riders with downtown Culver City and the Hayden Tract employment centers," according to Patch. The cost is $360,000, according to the site. Additionally, the city is seeking new sidewalks and bike lanes around Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook, specifically on Jefferson Boulevard.
· Improvements to Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook Sought [Culver City Patch]
· Expo Line [Curbed LA]