The 2014 AIDS Walk Los Angeles will be held on Sunday, October 12. AIDS Walk starts and ends in West Hollywood at West Hollywood Park. Over 30,000 walkers will start off at 10am, heading eastbound on Melrose Avenue, south on La Brea Avenue and then west on Beverly Boulevard. The full route is a 10K – approximately 6.2 miles.
For information about the events surrounding AIDS Walk LA, visit the website. It’s not too late to register to walk and help raise funds in support of the services provided by AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA) and more than 20 other AIDS service organizations throughout Los Angeles County. The walk usually takes about 2.5 hours to complete.
Expect some traffic delays and plan your day accordingly. Streets along the route will be closed starting at 6 a.m. Most streets should reopen by 2 p.m., except around West Hollywood Park.
Street Closure Times
Cross Traffic Allowed at the Following Intersections:
According to the AIDS Walk organizers, La Brea Avenue and Beverly Boulevard are expected to re-open to all traffic by 3 p.m. Sunday.
For more information call the AIDS Walk Los Angeles office at (213) 201-9255. Good luck to those who are walking and for those who aren’t…why not walk over to Beverly and La Brea and cheer the walkers on!