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Reminder: Street Closures, Parking Restrictions, and Transit Changes Today in Hollywood for the Oscars

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The Day of the Oscars, Street Closures Galore
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Just as a reminder, if you're headed in or around Hollywood and you don't have a golden ticket to sit in the Kodak Theatre to watch the Oscars in person, you'll want to remind yourself of the street and sidewalk closures, parking restrictions, and changes to public transit now in effect to accommodate the awards show.

In addition to the above illustrated street and sidewalk closures you'll find no stopping and tow zones in the area, and the Hollywood & Highland parking garage closed to the public. Bus routes will be re-oriented for the day, and the Red Line will skip the Hollywood & Highland station. Additionally, the Highland offramp from the 101 North- and Southbound will be closed during the day.

For more details, check out our Guide to the Oscars: Street & Neighborhood Logistics Edition