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Half-marathon closes many downtown L.A. streets

October 30, 2011 |  7:55 am

Downtown Los Angeles streets are closed Sunday morning for the 2011 Dodge Rock 'n' Roll Half Marathon.

The event, which benefits the American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, is expected to draw about 15,000 runners and walkers. The race begins and ends at L.A. Live. Participants must travel  both ways on a route that extends from Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum to Whittier Boulevard and Boyle Avenue.

No-parking zones are in effect along the race route.

A map and list of road closures is available at event website. A map is also available at the city's traffic information site.

— Abby Sewell

 

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