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Street and Freeway Ramp Closures Slated for Sunday's Rock 'n' Roll Half Marathon

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Sunday's Dodge Rock 'n' Roll Half-Marathon will find thousands of runners taking to the streets of Los Angeles following a course that begins in Griffith Park and ends in the heart of Downtown.

The event also means a series of street and freeway ramp closures, of which most will last from 6:30 a.m. until Noon, with some soft closures beginning earlier in the morning. No freeways will be closed, however on- and off- ramps along the 134, 5, and 101 Freeways will be shut down throughout the morning. A full grid detailing road closures, and one detailing freeway ramp closures are downloadable here.

Metro bus routes will experience changes to their schedules and routes, while light rail should only experience slight delays. Where's the route going? Check out this mile-by-mile breakdown of the run, which goes from Zoo Drive through Silver Lake and Echo Park into Downtown to the Convention Center.

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