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About Culver City
Life in “The Heart of Screenland” is best described as accessible and active. With an impressive walk score of 73 out of 100, Culver City makes it easy for people to get things done on foot, while cyclists can take advantage of the Ballona Creek path that goes to Marina Del Rey and the ample bike lanes on major streets. Public transportation is a definite option for Culver City residents too, through the Metro Expo Rail Line as well as the Culver City Bus.
(And, speaking of accessible, there’s free WiFi downtown through the downtown Town Plaza network, as well as at the Veterans Memorial Building complex. Just sayin’.)
Families with school-aged children will not be disappointed by educational options in Culver City. Particularly noteworthy are National Blue Ribbon School El Marino Elementary, with its dual-language immersion programs in Japanese and Spanish, and Culver City High School’s Academy of Visual and Performing Arts. Higher education is just around the corner, with more than 100 colleges and universities within 50 miles—though you might prefer the short three-mile drive to Loyola Marymount or the Art Institute of California-Los Angeles campus.