The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the City of Los Angeles have finished road closure plans downtown fully expecting the 93rd Oscars. The awards will be held Sunday, April 25 at Union Station Los Angeles and at the Dolby Theater at Hollywood and Highland Center in Hollywood.
Alameda Street between Cesar E. Chavez Avenue and 1st Street, Los Angeles Street between Alameda Street and 1st Street, and intersecting roads will be shut down start at 12:01 a.m. PT on April 25, and will stay shut until 4 a.m. on Monday, April 26. The 101 Freeway off-ramp and on-ramps at Los Angeles Street will likewise be shut during this period.
Between Sunday, April 4 and Oscar Sunday, extra roads and sidewalks will be shut for changing periods. Subtleties of the terminations and maps of influenced territories are accessible here.
The Hollywood plans have not been declared, yet likely will parallel past road terminations.
Union Station will stay open to travel riders all through this period, and riders will actually want to access all bus, rail, Metrolink, Amtrak and private transportation suppliers, alongside sellers. Olvera Street shippers and area churches will stay open to the public.
The Academy said it is working in partnership with community organizations and the city to lead outreach on the ground to guarantee negligible interruption to all nearby.
International locations will be televised through satellite live on ABC at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. The Oscars additionally will be broadcast live in excess of 225 nations and domains around the world.