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Some Streets to Close in WeHo and Hollywood Sunday for AIDS Walk
The 26th Annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles is this Sunday, meaning thousands of people will be taking to the streets to fundraise and bring awareness to the disease. It also means some streets will be closed during the morning.
Some streets will close as early as 6 a.m., but the walk starts at 9:15 a.m. at West Hollywood Park. It will head East on Santa Monica, South on La Cienega, East on Melrose, South on La Brea, West on Beverly and north on Santa Monica. In all, that's 6.2 miles.
There may be some traffic delays, so plan ahead. According to the LADOT's map, vehicles will be able to cross the route at various points, including Harper, Crescent Heights, Fairfax and Pointsetta along Melrose and Beverly. Clinton and Oakwood can be used to cross La Brea.
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