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13.1 Los Angeles Half Marathon: January 15th, 2012

The 3rd annual 13.1 Los Angeles half marathon and Karhu 5k is going to be held this Sunday, January 15th from 7-11am. Runners should make their way out of Venice by 8-ish am. There will be street closures in Venice as seen in the map below. Click here to make the map larger.

13.1 Los Angeles Half Marathon: January 15th, 2012

The race shares the road with traffic. The runners will be in a coned lane that separated the runners from traffic. There will be Police Officers placed at each traffic intersection to control traffic.

Road and lane closures have not been posted to the event website as of now, but expect event traffic throughout Venice. The race starts on Rose with runners using Ocean Front Walk from Rose to South Venice. From there they will head east on South Venice to Ocean, then east on Washington Blvd (west of Abbot Kinney) before heading to Marina Del Rey.

Updated with closure times:

Street closures (note times are approximate, streets will reopen as the last runner clears the area).

Venice:
Pacific Ave at South Venice Blvd. – 6:30AM – 7:15AM
South Venice Blvd. – 6:30AM – 7:30AM
Ocean Ave. – 6:45AM – 7:30AM

Marina del Rey/County of Los Angeles:
Via Marina at Admiralty to Washington Blvd. – 6:45AM – 7:30AM
Admiralty Way at Palawan Way – 6:45AM – 8:00AM
Admiralty Way at Bali Way – 6:45AM – 8:00AM
Admiralty Way at Mindanao Way – 6:45AM – 8:30AM
Fiji Way – opens at 8:45AM

Bike Path:
Between Playa del Rey and Marina del Rey – 6:45AM – 8:30AM
Between Imperial Hwy and Ballona Creek – 6:45AM – 9:00AM

Playa del Rey:
Vista del Mar is closed between Culver Blvd. and Grand Ave. – 6:45AM – 11:00AM
Pacific Ave/Trolley Place will be closed from 5:00AM – 12 Noon

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