Street Closures for the #ResistMarch
Mark your calendars for the #ResistMarch on Sunday, June 11th. Tens of thousands of people will march peacefully in unity to celebrate America's diversity during Los Angeles LGBT Pride. The #ResistMarch route will begin at the Hollywood and Highland Metro station and end in West Hollywood.
The Department of Transportation is notifying Hollywood-area residents and visitors to be aware of a major event that will include the closure of several major streets in Hollywood, including many nearby north-south arteries.
The Resist March will start at Hollywood Boulevard and La Brea Avenue, turn south onto La Brea Avenue, then head west on Sunset Boulevard before turning south onto Fairfax Avenue. From there, walkers will make a westbound turn onto Santa Monica Boulevard heading into West Hollywood to reach the final destination of the LA Pride festival.
It is advised that the area between Franklin on the North. Crescent Heights Avenue on the West, Cahuenga Boulevard on the East, and Santa Monica Boulevard on the South be avoided if possible.
The march begins at 10 a.m. street closures at Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue will begin at 6 a.m. until noon. The closure time for the other areas can begin as early as 8 a.m. and streets will reopen as the march rolls through the area.
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The following streets will be closed between the hours of 6 a.m. and 12 noon:
Hollywood Boulevard, between Highland and La Brea Avenues
The following streets are anticipated to close starting at 9 a.m. until the end of the march, but may close earlier if necessary to support the safety of the marchers:
La Brea Avenue, between Hollywood and Sunset Boulevards
Sunset Boulevard, between La Brea and Fairfax Avenues
Fairfax Avenue, between Sunset Boulevard and Santa Monica Boulevard
Santa Monica Boulevard, between Fairfax Avenue and the City of West Hollywood
Other associated closures:
Sunset Boulevard, between Highland and La Brea Avenues
Westbound Franklin Avenue, between Highland and La Brea Avenues
Impacts to Highland Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard, east of Highland Avenue
LADOT will begin to strictly enforce a restricted, no-parking policy for the march. Please be advised of parking restrictions in the area. Vehicles will be towed to the Official Police Garage (OPG) servicing those respective areas, at the request of the Department of Transportation.
Motorists are advised to call (213) 485-4184 and select option 2 or check the OPG website atwww.opglaviic.com to locate and redeem vehicles.
The City of West Hollywood will likely institute additional street closures.
Area residents who use public transit may experience some delays. For more information call Metro at (323) GO METRO (466-3876) or visit the agency’s trip planner web site at:www.metro.net.
Los Angeles, CA 90028
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