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Old 09-14-2008, 11:20 AM
 
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Hello, I've recently got a job in Culver City, and I would like to ask you guys how the commute time will be when I drive from North Hollywood to Culver City. My work hours are 10-7 (could be 10:30am) so I don't think I'd need to worry about traffic much but I could be wrong.

Is there any route I should be taking?

Thanks in advance!!
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Old 09-14-2008, 11:29 AM
 
Location: Burbank
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45 minutes maybe. Laurel Canyon might be alright that time of day.
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Old 09-14-2008, 12:00 PM
 
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ahh, google maps says 26 min without traffic but I guess i'll still need to count about 20 min of traffic either way.

Thanks for replying!!
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Old 09-15-2008, 02:36 AM
 
Location: Smell-A
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ahh, google maps says 26 min without traffic but I guess i'll still need to count about 20 min of traffic either way.

Thanks for replying!!
Working for Sony??

Once LA wakes up, traffic is fairly consistent. There are no magic ways, just a bunch of options that are relatively similar. I found that even if it took me longer, moving felt better than sitting on a packed freeway. I used to travel from West Hollywood to South Gate during peak rush hour, that's 20 miles and it usually took at least an hour.

Believe it or not, east bound 10 going towards LA travels faster than West bound towards Santa Monica, I don't have much experience with 170S 101E or 405S during those times but you will I'm sure.

Back way? Take Magnolia West to Laurel Canyon South over the hill into West Hollywood (when you cross Sunset, Laurel turns into Crescent Heights), take it to Fountain, Make a right on Fountain, Left on La Cienega and follow it South into Culver City. Warning though, on the 3 days a year it actually rains hard in LA. Do NOT, repeat, DO NOT take Laurel Canyon, in fact, just take the day off...
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