Many streets and intersections will be closed Sunday for the 34rd annual Los Angeles Marathon, with the 26.2-mile “stadium to the sea” route set to go from Dodger Stadium to Santa Monica.
The race will start at Dodger Stadium at 6:30 a.m., before heading through downtown Los Angeles, Echo Park, Hollywood, West Hollywood, Beverly Hills and Santa Monica.
The closures will start going into effect after midnight, and are expected to end by mid-afternoon Sunday.
The Los Angeles Department of Transportation and other agencies will strictly enforce a restricted, non-parking policy, including citing and impounding vehicles parked on the temporarily restricted, no-parking streets, at designated times.
During the closures, the major open east-west routes will be the Santa Monica (10) Freeway; Olympic Boulevard between Santa Monica and downtown Los Angeles; Wilshire Boulevard from Santa Monica to Santa Monica Boulevard; Beverly Boulevard between Fairfax Avenue and Silver Lake Boulevard; Santa Monica Boulevard between Fairfax Anvenue and Myra Avenue; and Sunset Boulevard between Pacific Palisades and Doheny Drive.
The major open north-south routes will be Bundy Drive between Olympic Boulevard and Wilshire Boulevard; the San Diego (405) Freeway; Fairfax Avenue between Olympic Boulevard and Santa Monica Boulevard; the Hollywood (101) Freeway; and the Harbor (110) Freeway.
The L.A. Marathon has provided an interactive map showing what streets and intersections will be closed, when they will be closed and when they are scheduled to reopen. It can be found at www.lamarathon.com/race-weekend/street-closures.