Those who have imagined breezing through the streets of Los Angeles without a car in sight can live the dream Sunday during the city’s sixth CicLAvia event.
Three massive public events this weekend are each expected to draw tens of thousands of people, so officials are busy stepping up security in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Security will be beefed up at sports venues and events in the Southland in response to Monday’s Boston Marathon attack.
There is so much to do – and eat – in Los Angeles this week.
Ever wanted to walk, bike, skateboard or rollerblade your way to the sea? This Sunday will be your chance, when the first CicLAvia of the year shuts down 13 miles of Los Angeles streets all the way to the ocean.
Faced with a second day of gas prices hitting record highs, many Angelenos ditched their cars in celebration of Los Angeles’ fifth CicLAvia.
If the latest spike in gas prices has got you rethinking your preferred mode of transportation, this Sunday’s CicLAvia event is for you.
Run, walk, skate, bike – just don’t drive – to L.A.’s fifth CicLAvia this Sunday.
Now is the time when people start thinking about upcoming holidays, family trips and an ever-growing to do list. Keep in mind that there are many activities and events happening right here in town, so be sure to make at least one a high priority.
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa unveiled what he called a “major bicycle initiative” for city residents at the start of Sunday’s fourth CicLAvia festival.
Ten miles of street across Los Angeles will be closed to vehicles — and thronged with thousands of bicyclists and pedestrians — for five hours Sunday, as CicLAvia winds across the heart of the city.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa is urging Angelenos to get out of their cars and use 10 miles of city streets as a park to ride, jog or walk for the upcoming CicLAvia event.
Tens of thousands of bicyclists will claim city streets Sunday, as the City of Los Angeles celebrates its third CicLAvia street closure event.
The second annual CicLAvia takes place Sunday, leaving nearly 8 miles of city roads shut down to drivers for about five hours.
Angelenos will be getting out of their cars and onto the streets Sunday to celebrate CicLAVia.