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Culver CityBus is the second oldest municipally owned transit property in Southern California with over 80 years of tradition and experience. We take pride in serving the Westside communities of Blair Hills, Century City, Culver City, Mar Vista, Marina del Rey, Palms, Playa Vista, Venice Beach, West Los Angeles, Westchester, and Westwood with safe, convenient and reliable public transportation.
Ever wondered if you can bring your bike, stroller or surfboard on the bus? Here are the answers to everything you need to know to make your ride a safe and enjoyable one. P.S. If you can’t find the information you’re looking for here, contact us.
The first step is to locate the starting point and destination of your trip using the Culver CityBus System Map. Determine which route you will use and remember that some trips may require more than one bus, which means that you will transfer from one bus to another. There are several resources to help you plan your trip with ease. Below is a list of useful online trip planners.
Culver CityBus has bus schedules for each bus route that contain the time points, route, and some major destinations. Schedules can also be obtained on the bus, at Culver City City Hall, the Culver CityBus Office, or by calling (310) 253-6500.
All Culver CityBuses are equipped with bike racks. Bike racks are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. If the bike rack is full, please wait for the next bus. Only foldable bikes are allowed inside buses.
Please alert the bus operator when loading or removing your bike from the bike rack and remain within the bus operator’s view. Bicyclists are responsible for securing their bikes onto the bike rack.
Culver CityBus is not liable or responsible for loss or damage to bicycles or personal injury that may occur as a result of using the racks.
Bikes not retrieved by owners will be placed in the Culver CityBus lost and found for 30 days.