CicLAvia Road Closures Hit Downtown, Chinatown on Sunday, Oct. 7
CicLaVia is rolling through the streets of Los Angeles once again this weekend--but not the same streets it usually rolls through.
The bicycling block party has new route connecting MacArthur Park in Westlake with Exposition Park near USC, Downtown's newly-opened Grand Park, Chinatown and Mariachi Plaza in Boyle Heights. And that means a whole new set of streets will be closed off and a whole new set of intersections have been designated "car crossings."
Here's what you need to know if you plan on navigating the streets this Sunday in (God forbid) a motor vehicle.
West 7th Street from Park View Street to Spring Street
Figueroa Street from West 7th Street to Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
Spring Street from West 7th Street to Ord Street
Ord Street from Spring Street to North Broadway
North Broadway from Ord Street to Bernard Street
West 1st Street from Spring Street to Central Avenue
Central Avenue from Spring Street to East 4th Street
East 4th Street from Central Avenue to Boyle Avenue
Boyle Avenue from East 4th Street to East 1st Street
East 1st Street from Boyle Avenue to Soto Street
Car crossing points:
West 7th Street at Alvarado Street
West 7th Street at Grand Avenue
West 7th Street at Olive Street
West 7th Street at South Broadway
Figueroa Street at Olympic Boulevard
Figueroa Street at Pico Boulevard
Figueroa Street at Washington Boulevard
Figueroa Street at West Adams Boulevard
Figueroa Street at West Jefferson Boulevard
Figueroa Street at Exposition Boulevard
Spring Street at West 4th Street
Spring Street at West 5th Street
Spring Street at North Temple Street
Spring Street at Cesar Chavez
North Broadway at Alpine Street
East 1st Street at South Los Angeles Street
East 1st Street at State Street
East 2nd Street at South Central Avenue
East 4th at South Alameda Street
View CicLAvia October 7, 2012 in a larger map
Correction: An earlier version of this post said the event was happening on Saturday, October 7; October 7 is a Sunday.
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