CicLAvia headed to Pasadena in May

PASADENA, Calif. (KABC) -- Pasadena will be hosting its first ever CicLAvia event on Sunday, May 31.

The car-free event will start along Colorado Boulevard and have participants travel through the historic downtown area. The 3.5-mile route will connect to the Memorial Park and Del Mar Metro Gold Line stations.

Paths off the main route can lead visitors down Raymond Avenue or Lake Street to local parks.

The event is free. Anyone wishing to participate can ride their bike, skateboard, roller blade or walk.

This map shows the planned road closures for the CicLAvia Pasadena event on Sunday, May 31, 2015.

This map shows the planned road closures for the CicLAvia Pasadena event on Sunday, May 31, 2015.


The following streets will be closed starting at 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.:

  • E. Colorado Boulevard between S. Pasadena Avenue and S. Bonnie Avenue.

  • Raymond Avenue between Electric Drive (south of E. Walnut Street) and Del Mar Boulevard.

  • S. Lake Avenue between E. Colorado Boulevard and San Pasqual Street.

  • Cars can cross the routes at designated major intersections. Pasadena police, traffic controllers and CicLAvia volunteers will be at car-crossing points to help with the flow of traffic.

    CicLAvia Pasadena is being paid for with a grant from Metro Los Angeles.


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