Take the subway to CicLAvia in WeHo and Hollywood this Sunday!

Metro is once again pleased to partner with CicLAvia for another Open Streets event – where you can walk, bike or ride on car-free streets from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. This Sunday’s itinerary runs from West Hollywood to East Hollywood through the heart of Hollywood. See map above.

CicLAvia is easily accessible via our metro line B (red), with four stations along the route:

  • Vermont/Sunset Station is just west of the East Hollywood hub
  • Hollywood/Western Station is adjacent to the Hollywood Blvd Hub
  • Hollywood/Vine Station is directly across the road
  • Hollywood/Highland Station is at the Walk of Fame Hub

Line B connects Union Station to North Hollywood with paid parking available at Union Station, Universal/Studio City and NoHo. Our rail and busway system map is below.

Plan your trip with Transit, our smartphone app. Get the app here. Metro’s regular one-way fare is $1.75 – much cheaper than gas + parking.

Bikes are welcome on Metro Rail – please try not to block aisles or doorways. Many of our metro cars have designated areas for bicycles.

There are a dozen Metro Bike Share stations along the route. Metro Bike Share will also offer additional bikes for rent on the Walk of Fame and West Hollywood Hubs. Bikes will be available on a first come, first served basis.

Visit metro.net/bikeshare or download the Metro Bike Share app for a map of all stations. Pro Tip: Register your TAP Card for Metro Bike Share before you arrive at taptogo.net/metrobikeshare. Be sure to tag @BikeMetro on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!

Metro funds open streets events in LA County to show that there are ways to get around our area other than by car. And, of course, because CicLAvias and open street events are great fun and a great way to enjoy the outdoors and visit new neighborhoods. See you on Sunday!

Categories: Bike, Self-service bike, Go Metro

Tagged as: Active Transportation, B Line, bike, CicLAvia, East Hollywood, Hollywood, Meet the Hollywoods, open streets, pedestrian, Red Line, skate, walking, West Hollywood

Lance B. Holton