'UCLA' to 'Culver City Studios'
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westwood blvd. / weyburn ave. (nw corner)
venice blvd. / bagley ave. (se corner)
santa monica 12 (bus headsign: 'PALMS-ROBERTSON BL-WESTWOOD')
estimated fare total:
$.50 (round-trip) (with bruincard)
estimated time travel:
30 - 60 min. (one-way)
yes - about 2/3 mile
gets you to
route and directions
Stage 1: Walk 5 to
10 minutes to arrive at gayley/strathmore bus stop.
Stage 2: take big blue bus
12 'PALMS-ROBERTSON BL-WESTWOOD'.
Stage 3: Arrive at
venice/bagley stop and walk down one block to canfield avenue.
Stage 4: Walk to
Stage 5: Return to UCLA.
Wait for the bus (maximum wait time
of 30 minutes) and wave to the bus driver when you see a
"12" big blue bus coming your way. They will NOT stop if
you don't signal your presence, trust us, we've learned
the hard way.
Get your $.25 and bruincard ready and climb
aboard. Remember to always make the seats toward the
front of the bus available to any elderly or disabled
rider if all other seats are taken.
Bus ride should take no longer than
1hr, longer times expected during rush hour.
Pay attention to either the automated
computer voice or LED screen for the bagley ave. stop.
the bus should be about to turn left on venice blvd..
Pull the stop request cable to signal the
bus driver to stop at the upcoming stop. the bus stop should
have two benches and a roofed bench.
Exit using the rear doors. If the doors
aren't open, kindly but loudly, ask the driver to open the
begin to walk in the direction that the bus
is heading down as it is leaving you. turn right on canfield
Return to your arrival's bus stop. exactly
across the street from that bus stop is the return bus stop (one
or two benches).
wait for the same bus line that brought you to
culver city, a "santa monica 12 (headsign: "PALMS-ROBERTSON BL-WESTWOOD").
when you are back in westwood after a good 40
minutes to 1 hour ride, Pull the stop request cable to signal the
bus driver to stop at the upcoming westwood blvd./le
conte ave. stop (right by burger king). You're home.
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