Fifteen miles of L.A. roads will be car-free Sunday, as CicLAvia heads to the sea for its sixth and longest event yet.
The route will stretch from downtown L.A. to the Venice boardwalk, running through new neighborhoods including Culver City, West Adams, Harvard Heights, Pico Union, Historic Core and El Pueblo. Previous events have been about 9 miles long, mostly in downtown and Hollywood.
Participants are free to walk, run, bike, skateboard and enjoy the city outside of their cars. Food trucks, Kids Zones, DJs and other activities will be spread out along the route in nine hubs.
The free event will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Drivers can expect delays, road closures and parking restrictions on and around the route, though there will be designated crossing points for automobiles, organizers said.