Santa Monica: The Finish Line of the Los Angeles Marathon
Santa Monica will welcome 20,000 runners for the last three miles of the Los Angeles Marathon on Sunday, March 8, 2020. The City of Santa Monica aims to create a safe, friendly atmosphere for all visitors while reducing the impacts on residents. Taking public transit or riding your bike on the day of the marathon is a great way to help reduce traffic.
For parking, road closures and getting around Santa Monica on race day use our interactive finish line map above. If you have trouble viewing the map on your mobile device, click here.
Keep the Marathon Safe
Please join us in being vigilant of your surroundings during the Los Angeles Marathon. If you see a suspicious person, object or vehicle along or near the race course, report the sighting immediately to 9-1-1 or to law enforcement personnel nearby.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Have more questions? Visit the frequently asked questions page to learn about street closures, bike parking, transit routes, parking, and other details about being a spectator at the LA Marathon.