Culver CityBus is the second oldest municipally-owned bus line in the State of California. Following a dispute with Pacific Electric Railway, the City of Culver City, led by then-Mayor Reve Houck, applied to the State Railroad Commission for permission to provide service from Culver City to Venice Beach. On March 3, 1928, service was implemented and since its establishment, passengers on Culver CityBus have enjoyed safe, reliable, convenient, and friendly public transportation service.
Culver CityBus’ fleet is comprised of 54 compressed natural gas (CNG) buses. Culver CityBus operates seven routes, serving nearly 6 million riders annually with a service area encompassing 25.5 square miles, which includes the Westside communities of Venice, Westchester, Westwood, West Los Angeles, Palms, Playa Vista, Marina Del Rey, Rancho Park, Mar Vista, Century City, and Culver City.
Culver CityBus provides reduced bus service on Saturday, Sunday and holidays on Lines 1, 3 and 6. Weekend service is provided on New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. Lines 2, 5 and 7 DO NOT run on Saturday, Sunday or holidays. Offices are closed on holidays.