CicLAvia will once again free people from their cars to experience the neighborhoods of Los Angeles in a new way with three events in 2014. These car-free events will allow people to explore Los Angeles by foot, bike, skates, or any other non-motorized means of transportation and connect with businesses, the environment, healthy activity, diverse communities and each other in a way that isn’t possible by car. Each event will run from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Iconic Wilshire Boulevard Route Returns on April 6; Two New Routes Planned for Fall
On April 6, the highly successful Iconic Wilshire Boulevard route will return, allowing people to interact with the neighborhoods and architecture that defines the famed boulevard from downtown Los Angeles to Museum Row in the Miracle Mile. Once again two pedestrian zones will anchor the route – the Active Zone in downtown and the Miracle Mile zone, the latter featuring exciting activities from the cultural institutions along Museum Row.
On October 5, CicLAvia will return to the Heart of LA in downtown Los Angeles. The 2014 version of the route will expand into new areas including Echo Park and East Los Angeles. The route will also go to Grand Park and will run the length of Broadway from 9th St. to Chinatown.
Finally, December 7 will see a completely new route as CicLAvia goes into South Los Angeles for the first time, linking the culturally rich Leimert Park area to the historic Central Avenue corridor.