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Transportation


CONTACTS
Director: Art Ida Email
Transit Operations Manager: Samantha Blackshire Email
Fleet Equipment & Maintenance Manager: Paul Condran Email

OFFICE HOURS
Our office hours are 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

LOCATION
The City of Culver City Transportation Department office is located at: 4343 Duquesne Avenue at Jefferson Boulevard, Culver City, CA 90232.

IMPORTANT TELEPHONE NUMBERS
For Lost and Found, Complaints or Commendations, call (310) 253-6500. For Automated 24-Hour Schedule Information, call (310) 253-6510. TDD for the Hearing Impaired, call (310) 253-6548.

HOLIDAY INFORMATION
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, 4 and 5 DO NOT run on Saturday, Sunday or holidays.


RECENT NEWS

City of Culver City Named an "Elite Fleet" in North America 2014!
The City of Culver City has been named as an Elite Fleet after achieving the #1 Best Municipal Fleet in North America, by the 100 Best Fleets National Fleet Certification/Recognition Program in 2013.  This achievement is awarded to only one of a large number of public fleet organizations in recognition of outstanding contributions and leadership, particularly in the advancement of accountability, efficiencies and advanced technologies.  Award-winning fleets have maintained high operational standards, while demonstrating consistent sustainability practices.  Since the inception of this program, only five municipal fleets have been named an Elite Fleet.  Read More

 

                             Click here to read the Government Fleet article. 

Paul Condran Named "Fleet Manager of the Year" 2014!
The City’s Fleet Services Manager, Paul Condran, was named the 2014 Public Sector Fleet Manager of the Year.  During his 28 years with Culver City, Condran has elevated the understanding of the importance of government fleet operations in the public sector, and has led the industry in advancing the awareness and implementation of alternative fuel technologies.  Click here to read the Government Fleet article. 

 


"A person must maintain a broader perspective of their goals, realize what does and does not matter, and always hold the interests of the organization in high regard."

 

 

Culver City Transportation Department Named the Best Fleet in North America for 2013!
Government Fleet magazine and the 100 Best Fleets program named the Top 20 fleets in the 100 Best Fleets program, as well as the No. 1 fleet, at the annual awards ceremony held at the Government Fleet Expo & Conference (GFX). The No. 1 fleet is the City of Culver City, Calif. Paul Condran, equipment maintenance/fleet manager, accepted the award on behalf of the City fleet department.

In 2012, the Culver City fleet redesigned the fleet utilization and replacement program; revised its benchmarking program to reflect 2012 staff levels, skills, and fleet demands; and with its continued commitment to compressed natural gas (CNG) for its transit fleet, continues to be valuable source of knowledge for the local community and agencies looking to switch to CNG.

Click here to read the Government Fleet article.


CNG Fuels 'Green' Victory for Culver City
The City of Culver City, Calif.'s use of compressed natural gas (CNG) helped the fleet gain national recognition as a green leader, most recently the title of #1 Government Green Fleet in North America in 2009. Read More


Culver City's CNG Fleet Spotlighted in a Southern California Gas Company Case Study

Body Recently, Culver City’s compressed natural gas (CNG) fleet operation was spotlighted in a case study performed by the Southern California Gas Company. What follows is the result of collaborative efforts between Culver City staff and Gas Company employees to bring to light the environmental, fiscal and operational benefits of using this clean-burning alternative fuel rather than petroleum fuels for municipal and transit fleets. Click here to read the case study.