CicLAvia South L.A.

CicLAvia makes its first journey to South LA on December 7. The South LA route will connect beautiful Leimert Park with historic Central Avenue, traveling along Martin Luther King Boulevard. Participants will be able to enjoy the sights, music, food and culture that makes South LA such a vibrant part of Los Angeles.

If you live along the route and would like more information about how CicLAvia will affect your neighborhood on December 7 you may download the route notification flyer here.

If you are a regular bus rider along the route and would like to know the detours for the day, please view our bus route map here.

Download the route map: http://www.ciclavia.org/files/120714_map_10-8966.pdf

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