The final CicLAvia of 2019 is this Sunday in the western San Fernando Valley. See the route above.
As for getting to the event, there are plenty of options:
Getting to the Route and Parking
Our route is accessible via many different forms of transportation.
- Canoga Park Hub
Reference Address: 22222 Sherman Way Canoga Park, CA 91303
- Winnetka Hub
Reference Address: 19717 Sherman Way Winnetka, CA 91306
- Reseda Hub
Reference Address: 18201 Sherman Way Reseda, CA 91335
Access the route via the Metro Orange Line – Exit at Sherman Way Station directly on the CicLAvia route. Please note that there are only three bike racks on every Metro Orange Line Bus.
Please note that CicLAvia does not provide bike rentals. Plan ahead and visit ciclavia.org/rentals for more information about bike rentals in Los Angeles County.
The Metro Orange Line Busway Bike Path begins in Sherman Oaks, 2.5 miles West of North Hollywood Station, and intersects with the CicLAvia route at Sherman Way.
All buses along the route will be detoured. Click here to see the detour list.
Here are several lots located near our route:
Lot #725 – 7117 Remmet Ave, Canoga Park, CA 91303
Lot #704 – 7134 N Jordan Ave, Canoga Park, CA 91303
Lot #618 – 7134 Remmet Ave, Canoga Park CA 91303
Lot #687 – 7141 Remmet Ave, Canoga Park CA 91303
Lot #644 – 7233 Remmet Ave, Canoga Park, CA 91303
Lot #674 – 7220 Jordan Ave, Canoga Park CA 91303
Metro Orange Line Station Lot A* – 7170 Canoga Ave Canoga Park, CA 91303
Metro Orange Line Station Lot B* – 7119 Deering Ave, Canoga Park, CA 91303
Lot #640 – 7170 Darby Ave, Reseda, CA 91335
Lot #622 – 7153 Canby Ave, Reseda, CA 91335
Lot #624 – 7236 Baird Ave, Reseda, CA 91335
Lot #621 – 7156 Baird Ave, Reseda, CA 91335
Lot #712 – 7246 Baird Ave, Reseda, CA 91335
*These Metro park and ride lots will be available for CicLAvia participants to use during the event on Sunday, December 8.
Metro helps promote open street programs that temporarily close city streets to cars and open them to people walking, biking and rolling. The goal is to offer people opportunities to walk and bike on city streets, or try transit (maybe for the first time) and foster civic engagement that supports walking, biking and skating projects and programs.
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