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Old 04-01-2010, 10:18 AM
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Hi all. How far is the commute from culver city to city of industry, burbank, and vernon california during rush hour?
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Old 04-01-2010, 10:20 AM
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the good news is that more people are headed into or near culver city than heading out of the area, so you would have a mostly reverse commute. however, industry is pretty far from culver city. vernon isn't too far (near downtown) and neither is torrance, but i would not recommend commuting from culver city to industry every day.
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Old 04-01-2010, 11:09 AM
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LOL I don't think she asked about Torrance, rather Burbank.

Okay, I'm assuming all of these questions means you would be going FROM Culver City TO the destination in the morning, and the reverse in the evening.

Culver City to Burbank you will mostly be going against traffic, but you're looking at a street commute because to take the freeways would be ridiculously bad as there is no direct freeway route and you will hit a LOT of traffic if you try. Fastest method would be to get to Highland and take it all the way to Barham and cut over that way. Taking the 405 N to the 101 East would be bad, and the 10 E to the 110/5/101 N would be bad as well, as would any other surface route outside of taking the nearest main artery east -> La Brea -> Highland.

Vernon is easier and you would probably want to take streets for that as well (Jefferson -> Rodeo -> MLK/Vernon St.), though you could try the 10 East if it's moving (doubtful). Just make sure you stay to the right on the 10 because you want to avoid the 110 N transition slowdown/backup as much as possible.

Cit of Industry will be bad just getting to the 60. You will probably have to bite the bullet and get on the 10 and deal with the traffic until you at least get past the 110, and often it will still be bad until you get to the east LA interchange where you will take the 60. At that point it "should" be smooth sailing to the City of Industry.

On the way back from Vernon and City of Industry you will mainly get worsening traffic the closer you get to downtown LA, and even moreso the closer you get to the west side.
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