If you live along the route and would like more information about how CicLAvia will affect your neighborhood on May 31 you may download the route notification flyer. The flyer has information about the streets that will be closed, parking restrictions and parking options for residents and employees of local businesses.
From 9:00am–4:00pm on Sunday, May 31, 2015, the 3.5 mile route of CicLAvia streets will be closed to all cars. Streets will be fully closed to cars by 8:00am and no vehicles or on-street parking will be allowed on the route until streets are re-opened to cars at approximately 5:30pm.
Streets Closed to Cars
The following streets will be closed to cars on May 31:
Resident Parking Restrictions
Check for posted parking restrictions on your street before the event. Additional street parking near the route may be restricted.
The CicLAvia route (and adjacent streets) will be posted with No Parking signs (see detailed list here). Please observe all on-street parking restrictions closely, noting all time restrictions. Cars parked on the route on CicLAvia day will be towed beginning at 6am on Sunday, May 31. No cars will be allowed to enter or exit the route during the event hours, and any driveway connecting to the CicLAvia route will be blocked.
Parking Information & Vehicle Towing Along Route
Vehicles that are parked on the route during the restricted times will be towed to the Elks Lodge parking lot at 400 W. Colorado Boulevard, and will be available for pick-up for free only until 4:00 pm on the day of the event. Call (626)744-4400 on event day only for towing information. After that, unclaimed towed vehicles will be moved to a local tow yard and storage charges will apply.
Metro will have temporary bus detours in effect the day of CicLAvia for bus lines on or near the route. For details on which bus lines are affected click the button below:
The City of Pasadena has prepared a map that shows vehicle detours for the streets surrounding the route. Click on the image for a larger version of the map.
Crossing the Route
Cars can cross the route at various major intersections (see map). Pasadena Police, traffic controllers and CicLAvia volunteers are posted at the car-crossing points to assist with the flow of participant and vehicle traffic.
There are many great ways for businesses to take advantage of the tens of thousands of participants passing by their stores and restaurants. Tips can be found by clicking the button below:
Questions or Concerns
General event information: please contact CicLAvia at 213.355.8500 or email@example.com
For constituent concerns or concerns regarding the street closure permit: contact Jenny Cristales at the Department of Transportation at 626.744.7464.