Los Angeles, California – On Sunday, the city of Los Angeles held another CicLAvia event, closing seven miles of streets to automobile traffic to encourage people to see the city’s many neighborhoods on foot or by other non-motorized means of transportation.
A Grand Park hub served as the main point of CicLAvia-Heart of LA, which ran from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday and included live music and theatrical performances, art installations, arts and crafts, pop-up shops, yoga lessons, and family-friendly activities.
Although motorized vehicles were not allowed, individuals were free to travel the route on foot, on bicycles, on skates, or in other ways.
Since 2010, there have been CicLAvia events all throughout Los Angeles. They are intended to reestablish connections between locals and their neighbors and community, while also promoting healthy outdoor activities and local businesses.
The last CicLAvia of 2022 will take place in South Los Angeles on December 4.
You may find more details at www.ciclavia.org.