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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

L.A. Marathon runners – and tow trucks – to take over the streets on Sunday

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It’s probably too late to train for this Sunday’s Los Angeles Marathon. But residents living in Angeleno Heights, Echo Park and Silver Lake can still prepare and plan ahead for street closures that will turn miles of Sunset Boulevard and other streets into no-parking, tow-away zones.  Th first wave of marathon racers start pouring out of Dodger Stadium at about 7 a.m., but some streets will be off limits to vehicles beginning as early as 3 a.m. Most of the streets in Angeleno Heights, Echo Park and Silver Lake are expected to be reopen by about 11 a.m. However, expect Metro bus service to be disrupted and rerouted for much of the day. Dash bus service on Echo Park Avenue is expected to return to normal by late morning.

Runners passing through Angeleno Heights, Echo Park and Silver Lake can email photos to [email protected]



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