The first CicLAvia of 2020 takes place this Sunday along six miles of Central Avenue and 103rd Street in South L.A. from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The route is easy to access via five A Line (Blue) stations as shown on the map above.
Regular fares are $1.75 one way (including two hours of transfers) and reloadable TAP cards and fares can be purchased at vending machines at all Metro Rail, G Line (Orange) and J Line (Silver) stations. Bikes are welcome on all Metro trains (buses have bike racks but space is limited). If bringing your bike on the train, please use designated bike areas and try to avoid blocking aisles or exits. Below is the Metro and Metrolink system map for those planning to take transit; the Metro Trip Planner is here.
CicLAvia is a great way to enjoy car-free streets whether you’re biking, walking or rolling. The event is sponsored by Metro as part of the agency’s Open Streets program that encourages alternatives ways to get around, the use of transit and good ol’ civic engagement!
Metro Bike Share will have bikes available for participants on a first-come-first-served basis at the Watts and South Central Hubs.
Metro Art will be at the Watts Hub handing out free posters signed artist Patricia Fernández. Her poster (below) features Watts, as part of the Through the Eyes of Artists series that celebrates destinations served by Metro.
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