Here’s the route for the 2021 LA Marathon – Daily News

Expect some changes when the Los Angeles Marathon returns to the streets of LA on Sunday, November 7th.

The race begins at Dodger Stadium and ends on Avenue of the Stars in Century City.

In 2020 the race ended in Santa Monica. However, this time the participants will not end their run on the coast.

The course follows its usual route to Brentwood, where runners go back on San Vicente, Sepulveda and Santa Monica Boulevards and end on Avenue of the Stars

There are several subway stations within walking distance of the route:

–L Line (Gold): Chinatown Station, Union Station;

– B-Line (Red) and D-Line (Purple): Union Station, Civic Center / Grand Park Station;

– B-Line (Red): Vermont / Sunset Station, Hollywood / Western Station, Hollywood / Vine Station, and Hollywood / Highland Station; and

– E Line (Expo): Downtown Santa Monica Station.

The marathon offers all participants a free shuttle service from Union Station to the start line at Dodger Stadium. Reservations are required.

Postponed to March due to the coronavirus outbreak, the marathon will take place for the first time in November.

Participants must provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test result.

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