LADOT Announces Street Closures for 86th Academy Awards

The Los Angeles Department of Transportation released this information today to alert constituents to the street closures related to the OSCARS on Sunday.

In an effort to facilitate the production needs of the 86th annual Academy Awards on Sunday, March 2, 2014, the City of Los Angeles has finalized street closures and restricted parking, as well as security strategies and public safety measures.

Numerous agencies, including the City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT), California State Department of Transportation (CALTRANS) and the City of Los Angeles Police and Fire Departments were consulted in the planning process and agree that the finalized plan is the best way to accommodate all of the parties involved.

The Los Angeles Department of Transportation will begin to strictly enforce the restricted no-parking policy for the Academy Awards on the dates and times listed below. This will include the citing and impounding of vehicles parked on these temporary restricted no-parking streets.Vehicles parked on the following streets will be towed to the Official Police Garage, Hollywood Tow located at 1015 N. Mansfield Avenue Ave. in Hollywood when cited by LADOT.Motorists are advised to check the Official Police Garages (OPG) website, http://www.opglaviic.com , to find their vehicle. Alternatively, they may call 311 or Hollywood Tow, (323) 466-8583, to find information on how to redeem their vehicles.

Sunday, March 2, 2014

Tow-Away No Stopping Anytime, Sunday Only — 6:00 a.m. to Midnight
•Franklin Avenue between La Brea Avenue & Cahuenga Boulevard — Both sides
•Hollywood Boulevard between Cahuenga Boulevard & Vine Street — North side
•Hollywood Boulevard between Highland Avenue & Cahuenga Boulevard — Both sides
•Hollywood Boulevard between Highland Avenue & La Brea Avenue — Both sides
•Highland Avenue between Franklin Avenue & Sunset Boulevard — Both sides
•Hawthorn Avenue between La Brea Avenue & Highland Avenue — Both sides
•Orange Drive between Hollywood Boulevard & Sunset Boulevard — Both sides
•Sunset Boulevard between Detroit Street & Vine Street — Both sides
•Wilcox Avenue between Sunset Boulevard & Franklin Avenue — Both sides
•McCadden Place between Yucca Street & Hollywood Boulevard — Both sides
•Yucca Street between Highland Avenue & Las Palmas Avenue — Both sides
•Highland Avenue between Sunset Boulevard & Santa Monica Boulevard — East side
•Wilcox Avenuebetween Fountain Avenue & Sunset Boulevard — Both sides
•De Longpre Avenue between Wilcox Avenue & Cahuenga Boulevard — Both sides
•Cole Place between Cahuenga Boulevard & Fountain Avenue — Both sides
•Fountain Avenue between Wilcox Avenue & Cole Place— Both sides
•Hollywood Bl between Vine St & Argyle Ave— South side
•Argyle Avenue between Yucca St & Hollywood Bl— East side

Tow-Away No Stopping Anytime, Sunday Only — 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
•Santa Monica Boulevard between Highland Avenue & McCadden Place — North side
•Santa Monica Boulevard between Highland Avenue & Mansfield Avenue — South side
•Highland Avenue between Santa Monica Boulevard & Sunset Boulevard — East side
•Highland Avenue between Sunset Boulevard & De Longpre Avenue — East side
•Cahuenga Boulevard between Sunset Boulevard & Hollywood Boulevard — Both sides
•Cahuenga Boulevard between Hollywood Boulevard & 101 Freeway — West side
•Vine Street between 101 Southbound Freeway & Sunset Boulevard — West side
•Vine Street between Homewood Avenue & Fountain Avenue — West side
•Vine Street between Lexington Avenue & Santa Monica Boulevard — West side
•Fountain Avenue between Vine Street & Highland Avenue — North side
•La Brea Avenue between Lexington Avenue & Santa Monica Boulevard — Both sides
•La Brea Avenue between Sunset Boulevard & Franklin Avenue — Both sides

Tow-Away No Stopping Anytime — 6:00 a.m. to Midnight
•Outpost Drive between Franklin Avenue & La Pressa Drive — Both sides
•Outpost Circle between Outpost Drive & Hillside Avenue — Both sides
•El Cerrito Place between Outpost Drive & Hillside Avenue — Both sides

In conjunction with the parking restrictions, drivers should also be aware of street closures that will impact travel in the Hollywood area beginning Sunday, February 23 through Tuesday, March 4.

Sunday, February 23, 2014 to Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Street Closure
•Hollywood Boulevard between Highland Avenue & Orange Drive

Sunday, March 2, 2014

Street Closure — beginning at 4:00 a.m.
•Hollywood Boulevard between La Brea Avenue & Cahuenga Boulevard
•Highland Avenue between Franklin Avenue & Sunset Boulevard

Sunday, March 2, 2014 to Monday, March 3, 2014

Tow-Away No Stopping Anytime — 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 a.m.
•Ivar Ave between DeLongpre Ave & Sunset Bl — West side
•DeLongpre Ave between Ivar Ave & Vine St — South side
•Gordon Avenue between Fountain Av & Sunset Boulevard — West side

Additional streets will be closed Sunday, March 2, beginning at about 10 a.m., to assist with the circulation of event arrivals. Also closed on the day of the show will be the southbound Highland Avenue off-ramp from the 101 Freeway.

Details of the closures and maps of affected areas are available from the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce and Thirteenth District City Council field offices; they are posted on the Academy's website, www.oscars.org/closures

Area residents are urged to use public transit. For more information call Metro at (323) GO METRO (323 466-3876) or visit the agency’s trip planner web site at: www.metro.net. LADOT, which is dedicated to moving Los Angeles forward as quickly and safely as possible, also operates transit bus services. Drivers, bus riders, bicyclists and pedestrians are encouraged to visit LADOT’s website at www.ladot.lacity.org for information about DASH, Commuter Express, bicycling in the City of Los Angeles and an array of transportation services.

Area commuters can visit the LADOT’s website, http://trafficinfo.lacity.org, for real-time traffic and parking facilities information. Real-time traffic reports are a product of LADOT, innovators of the Automated Traffic Surveillance and Control System (ATSAC) technology.

 

 

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