Here are all the streets that will be closed for the L.A. Marathon
About 24,000 people are expected to race in the Los Angeles Marathon on Sunday, across a course that stretches from Dodger Stadium to the Santa Monica Pier.
Road closures will begin as early as midnight and continue throughout the day along the course. Most roads should be open again by mid-afternoon.
Ramps will be closed along major freeways as well. Here is the complete list of those closures.
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