Accessibility

CicLAvia welcomes all to the event, and works to make each route accessible to all individuals. CicLAvia utilizes the infrastructure of the city of Los Angeles, so participants can enter or exit anywhere along the route, making use of city streets, ramps and sidewalks. When facilities are added to the route at hubs (restrooms, water areas), they are all ADA compliant. There are gradual inclines along each route and any portion deemed steep will have volunteers stationed to guide participants. While steep areas and congested areas are usually mandatory dismount zones, participants unable to dismount are not required to do so. Service animals are welcome.

asl.pngThe CicLAvia press event, location TBA soon, will be ASL interpreted.

Click below for detailed information:

Getting to the Route and Parking

Metrolink Antelope Valley Line

Click here for information on taking Metrolink to CicLAvia.

Open Air Parking Lots

These are flat, street-level parking areas that do not require the use of stairs, escalators or elevators. All lots are off the route.

Atwater Village

Parking Lot  Address ADA spots available Miles to Route Blocks to Route Directions to Route
Lot 711
3528 Garden Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90039
 30 feet <1  Head North toward Glendale Blvd.
Lot 646
3528 Larga Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90039
2  200 feet <1 Head Northwest on Larga Ave. toward Glendale Blvd. 


Glendale

Parking Lot Address ADA spots available Miles to Route Blocks to Route Directions to Route
Glendale Metrolink Station/Larry Zarian Transportation Center
400 W Cerritos Ave
Glendale, CA 91204
 9 0.2   1  Head East on W Cerritos Ave toward San Fernando Rd. Riding toward Atwater Village, you will encounter a steep hill. You will avoid this hill by heading toward Glendale.
 City of Glendale Lot 15  210 N Orange St. Glendale, CA 91203  1 250 feet  <1 Exit on the west side toward Brand Blvd.
 City of Glendale Lot 4

222 N. Maryland Ave. Glendale, CA 91206 

2 0.1  1 Head South on N Maryland Ave. toward E. California Ave.; turn Left onto E. Wilson Ave. 
City of Glendale Lot 3   225 N. Maryland Ave. Glendale, CA 91206 2 0.1 1 Head North on N Maryland Ave. toward E. California Ave.; turn Left onto E. California Ave.  
 City of Glendale Lot 2 303 N. Maryland Ave. Glendale, CA 91206  3 482 feet 1 Head South on N Maryland Ave. toward E. California Ave.; turn Left onto E. California Ave. 
 City of Glendale Lot 6 322 N. Orange St. Glendale, CA 91203   6  0.2 1 Head North on N Maryland Ave. toward E. Lexington Dr., turn Left onto E. Lexington Dr. 
 City of Glendale Lot 7

 300 E Broadway Glendale, CA 91205

 0 0.2   1 Head West on E Broadway toward N Louise St; Turn Right onto N. Brand Blvd. 
 City of Glendale Municipal Lot 10  200 E. Harvard St. Glendale, CA 91205  3 0.2   1  Head West on E Harvard St. toward S Brand Blvd; Turn Right onto S Brand Blvd.

 

Hub Information

Hubs are resting and meeting points along the route. Each hub has free basic bike repair, bike parking, an information booth, CicLAvia merchandise, free drinking water and ADA-compliant restrooms. Some hubs include additional programming and activities. 

Hub Addresses

  • Atwater Village Hub - 3111 Glendale Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90039
  • Central Hub - 611 S Central Ave, Glendale, CA 91204
  • Brand Hub - 550 N Brand Blvd, Glendale, CA 91203

Mileage Between Hubs

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Elevation

The Glendale Meets Atwater Village route has a gradual incline of 172 feet over the course of its six miles. In general, traveling from Glendale toward Atwater Village will be downhill. There is one hill with a 32 foot elevation change under the train tracks on Glendale Blvd. between Revere Ave. and San Fernando Rd.

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Smaller hill peaks are located at Glendale Blvd./San Fernando Rd., Central Ave./Chevy Chase Dr., Central Ave./Broadway, Brand Blvd./Wilson Ave., and Brand Blvd/California Ave. See a detailed elevation map below. Click here to download a PDF of the CicLAvia elevation map.

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Getting Around at CicLAvia

Participants with mobility limitations are welcome to use motorized wheelchairs, scooters, pedal-assist bikes, and adaptive bicycles.

Catch a free pedicab ride—brought to you by AARP—to enjoy the adventure of CicLAvia. Pedicab stops are located at each hub's info booth, and will travel between hubs. Look for the pedicab stop sign at each hub’s information booth. Pedicabs are available on a first-come, first served basis. Riders must be able to step into or transfer into the pedicab.

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