Why not bus & bike to the Green Garden Showcase?


Do you live too far away to bike to the Mar Vista Green Garden Showcase? Are you wondering how to navigate such a large area without using your car? Consider bringing your bike on the bus to reduce your carbon footprint for this Earth Day celebration!

Ride & Bike

St. Andrews Church—in Zone 2 and bordering Zone 3has 30+ parking spaces for those who want to drive to Mar Vista and then bike through the tour.

Big Blue Bus

Line 14 starts at Church Lane & Sepulveda and heads south right down Bundy/Centinela. Zone 2—North Mar Vista—is an easy bike tour from the Ocean Park stop. You can get off the bus at National and cruise through Zones 3, 4 and 5 (it will be mostly down hill), boarding the bus again at Washington. There are buses about every 20 minutes

Line 8 runs from Santa Monica’s 3rd Street Promenade to UCLA, passing by Zones 1, 2 and 3. There are buses about every half hour.

Line 12 runs from Pico/La Cienega to UCLA, with many stops in Zone 1. The stop on Sepulveda at National is convenient to Zones 2 and 3, and the one at Palms to Zones 3 & 4. There are buses about every half hour.

For more details, go to http://bigbluebus.com/home/index.asp

Culver City Bus

The Culver City bus system offers a Trip Planner. Line 6 has stops on Sepulveda near gardens in Zones 1–5. Line 1 has stops on Washington Blvd. near gardens in Zones 5 & 6.


Metro Line

In addition to a Trip Planner and route and schedule maps, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority has a webpage dedicated to bike/bus options. Line 33 connects Downtown Los Angeles and Downtown Venice via Venice Blvd.; stops include one near the Learning Garden. Other Metro buses connect with Santa Monica and Culver City buses.

1 comment:

  1. I'm bringing a few ladies from the Southbay Cruisers to ride through the show :)

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