L.A. Tests Pilot Program in Effort to Reduce Hollywood Bowl Traffic

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Los Angeles officials will start testing a pilot program at the Hollywood Bowl in an effort to reduce traffic during show dates that begins Wednesday.

Street closures around the concert venue will be also be enforced Aug. 5, Aug. 9 and Sept. 10 between 5 p.m. and 10 p.m.

Vehicles will not be allowed on Camrose Drive at Highland Avenue and Milner Road at Highland Avenue.

Residents in the area will be asked to enter their neighborhood from Franklin Avenue, and several alternative entrances will have signs.

Officials recommend that residents get placards indicating they live in the area to make it easier to pass through access points.

The pilot stemmed from a Los Angeles City Council resolution that passed last month.

City officials are encouraging feedback on the closures by filling out a Google form.

A map shows upcoming street closures near the Hollywood Bowl. (Credit: KTLA)

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