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CicLAvia Is Today! Here Is The Route Map

CicLAvia in 2012 (Photo by Jeff Houze via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr
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CicLAvia is today, which means you can enjoy the sunshine on your bike and not worry about cars! (Or just rub your temples sitting in traffic thanks to some street closures!)

The event shuts down parts of 2nd Street, 4th Street, Glendale Boulevard and Cesar E. Chavez in Echo Park, downtown, Chinatown, Boyle Heights and East L.A. so bikers, skaters, walkers and other non-drivers can cruise down it.

The event and street closures started at 9 a.m. and continue till 4 p.m. By 4:30, car traffic should be flowing normally again. Here is the route map.

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The route map for CicLAvia, Oct. 5, 2014 (via
Event organizers partner with the city, the county and Metro and numerous sponsors to make CicLAvia possible. This is the second of three CicLAvia events scheduled for this year. The next one is December 7.

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