Another Gran Marcha to support immigrants begins Tuesday morning at Broadway and Olympic, moves north on Broadway starting at 10 am, and heads to City Hall via 1st Street. Fewer marchers than last year are expected, but traffic will likely be tied up in a large swath of downtown. Freeway ramps will be closed if the march size reaches pre-set levels. Here's a Times PDF map with the details.
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