CicLAvia, they day-long event that closes down Los Angeles' public streets for pedestrians and cyclists, will return on Sunday, April 21.
This year's CicLAvia event will track a course from Union Station to Venice; it's the furthest the route has ever traveled into the Westside since its inaugural event in 2010.
CicLAvia bills itself as "LA's biggest block party." It's modeled after Bogota, Colombia's weekly ciclovia events that turn the city's downtown area into a massive meeting place.
The organizers of the event have hinted at a desire to begin holding monthly CicLAvias in neighborhoods across the city.
With that in mind, would you welcome CicLAvia to York/Eagle Rock/Colorado Boulevard or North Figueroa Street? Shops would remain open, of course, but drivers would have to cede the road to walkers and riders for an afternoon.
What do you think? Tell us in the comments.