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CicLAvia Meet the Hollywoods – Open Thread

11:21 AM PDT on August 19, 2019

CicLAvia rolling down Highland Avenue in Hollywood. All photos by Joe Linton/Streetsblog L.A.

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Yesterday, L.A.'s premiere open streets festival CicLAvia took to the streets in West Hollywood and Hollywood. The new route included portions of Santa Monica Boulevard, Highland Avenue, and Hollywood Boulevard.

Tens of thousands of people showed up - all ages, shapes, sizes - and enjoyed moving along Southern California streets - without the noise, smog, and danger of cars dominating the landscape. As is always the case, over and over, the event gave participants a glimpse of what a sustainable, peaceful, quiet, healthy Los Angeles might look like in the near future.

CicLAvia through Hollywood
CicLAvia on Hollywood Boulevard yesterday
CicLAvia's first trip down the Hollywood Walk of Fame
All ages enjoying CicLAvia through West Hollywood
More CicLAvia on Hollywood Boulevard
CicLAvia on Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood

Readers - how was your CicLAvia yesterday?

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