Greater than six miles of streets in South Los Angeles will likely be closed to automobiles immediately for the fourth CicLAvia occasion of the yr, through which metropolis officers encourage residents to discover what totally different neighborhoods have to supply on foot or via different non-motorized modes of transportation.
CicLAvia in South LA will likely be from 9 am to 4 pm on Sunday. The route extends south from Vermont Avenue and Exposition Boulevard, then west on Vermont and Century Boulevard to Jesse Owens Park at Century and Western Avenue.
4 hubs alongside the route provide meals vehicles, free water and toilet stations, first assist stations, bike parking, free bike restore and free pedicabs supplied by AARP.
The Hubs will likely be within the following areas:
- Expo Park Hub, 3775 S. Vermont Ave.;
- Vermont Slauson Hub, 5928 S. Vermont Ave.;
- Westmont Hub, 8805 S. Vermont Ave.;
- Juneteenth Hub, 1875 W. Century Blvd.
Motorized automobiles are prohibited alongside the street, however persons are allowed to stroll, bike, skate or in any other case cross the street. Solely human-powered gear will likely be allowed, so no electrical automobiles like scooters or hoverboards.
This CicLAvia will even be together with the annual Juneteenth celebration and Useful resource Honest at Jesse Owens Park.
The free neighborhood occasion will embody dwell performances, meals vehicles, actions and entry to neighborhood and county companies together with on-site report expungement, psychological well being companies, assist with youngster safety tenants and extra.
A kickoff press convention will likely be held at 8:30 a.m. at Jesse Owens Park, that includes Mayor Karen Bass, County Supervisor Holly Mitchell and different native dignitaries.
The following CicLAvia occasion after that is scheduled for August twentieth within the Koreatown/Hollywood space.
For extra info on CiclLAvia, click on right here.