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Go Metro this Sunday to CicLAvia — South LA

Do not miss the final CicLAvia Of 2021 in South Los Angeles! Enjoy five miles of open streets by bike, skate or on foot on Sunday, Dec. 5, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. People of all ages and abilities are welcome.

The South Los Angeles route is located near several Metro E (expo) stations, including a center at the Expo / Crenshaw station, where the metro will also have an access booth.

Metro Bike Share will have tents at the Crenshaw Hub and at the Expo Park Center. Learn more about the bike sharing program, Take a Bike and Pick Up a Limited Edition Metro Bike Share! Metro Bikes will be available on a first-come, first-served basis at nearby stations and in the tent. Plan ahead and download the Metro Bike Share app To purchase a ticket. Do not forget to tag @bikemetro In social, and always remember to return your metro bike to the station or join the Metro Bike Share team in each of the tents to end your trips!

If you plan to ride your own bike at CicLAvia And will take Metro Rail to the event, here are some tips to follow:

  • Avoid long queues at TAP vending machines by charging a fare or TAP card in advance.
  • Consider the TAP app For safe and easy payment without contact.
  • Cyclists should use the wider ADA fare gates rather than turnstiles or emergency exit gates.
  • If boarding a bicycle, please use the bicycle area assigned to trains to avoid blocking doors.
  • Bicycles are prohibited on escalators and must be transported instead by lifts or stairs at all train stations.

For more information on detours on metro bus lines during the event, visit the Metro Service Consulting Page Or check Public transportation app. For more information on routes and connections, use Public transportation app Or call 323. GO.METRO.

Please note that masks are now required in public transportation and all indoor public places in the Los Angeles County, as well as at events with over 10,000 attendees. If you forget your mask, free masks will be available at CicLAvia’s information booths.

CicLAvia is funded through Metro Open Streets Grant Program, Provides funding for one-day events that temporarily close city streets to cars and open them to people walking, cycling and rolling. The purpose of the program is to offer people opportunities to walk and bike on the city streets, or to try public transportation and foster civic engagement that supports projects and programs of walking, cycling and skating.


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