Because the ASICS LA Marathon reaches from Dodger Stadium to Santa Monica, there are streets in Los Angeles, West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, and Santa Monica that will be impacted by the race course.
CLICK HERE for a course closure grid. These are streets directly on the ASICS LA Marathon course in Los Angeles, West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, and Santa Monica that will be closed for portions of March 9th.
CLICK HERE for a grid of additional streets that will be closed on March 9th. Please note, that the streets listed on this grid are “Local Access Only”. If your home or business is on the block adjacent to the course route, slowly approach the Officers or Transportation Engineers at the location and kindly ask them for access to the street and explain to them that you live or work locally within the closure area, but not on the course route itself.
To plan your trip on race-day, use the Commuterama map below to avoid road closures and use detour routes to get you to your destination.
FREEWAY RAMP CLOSURES
While freeways will be minimally impacted by the ASICS LA Marathon, there are some freeway ramps that will be closed for portions of the morning of March 9th.
CLICK HERE for a freeway ramp closure grid and alternate routes to get to your destination.
IMPORTANT COMMUNITY INFORMATION FLIER
Please click the image below to access our Community Flier with information on Entertainment Stages, Cheer Zones, Traffic Closures, Freeway Closures, and No Parking Zones.
METRO BUS DETOURS
A link to Metro bus detours will be posted in March. Check Metro for the latest updates to bus routes in March.
WEST HOLLYWOOD EXIT ROUTE
Click the map below for a visual of the exit routes for West Hollywood residents. Click Here for driving directions.
BEVERLY HILLS EXIT ROUTE
Click the map below for exit routes for Beverly Hills residents. Click Here for driving directions.
CLICK HERE to see a detailed ASICS LA Marathon map.
Join the fun! Residents are encouraged to visit the free NutriBullet Health & Fitness Expo, volunteer during race weekend, and/or line the course to cheer runners.