The third CicLAvia event was today made official — mark Sunday, Oct. 9 on your calendar. The route for walkers, cyclists and skaters will be expanded from 7.5 miles of street closures to 10 miles, with two new spurs shown in the map above.
One of the spurs will run from City Hall to the Gold Line station in Chinatown. The other will push the route deeper into the southeastern part of downtown Los Angeles to just beyond 14th & Central, a short pedal from the Blue Line’s San Pedro station.
As we said the first two times around with CicLAvia, the easiest way to get there is by taking Metro. It’s great that the event is continuing — it’s really an awesome way to see a big slice of Los Angeles. It would also be great if the route gets more add-ons in the future!
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