(KTXL) — Planned marches on Monday for Martin Luther King Jr. Day will close down certain roads throughout Sacramento.
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MLK Day happens on the third Monday in January, and it is a day dedicated to his service as well as to celebrate his life and legacy.
The routes for the three marches are already set.
One of the marches will begin at Hughes Stadium at Sacramento City College at 9 a.m. Marchers will go west on Sutterville Road, north on Freeport Boulevard toward Broadway, then west on Broadway and south on Land Park Drive onto 13th Avenue.
Sacramento Regional Transit is providing free use of its light rail service on the Blue Line for anyone heading to or from the Sacramento City College station between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Riders that want to use this offer need to screenshot or print this flyer and present it to SacRT fare inspection staff that ask for it.
Below are the maps of the planned routes.
The other marches are in South Sacramento and Del Paso.
Sacramento Police advise drivers to plan for the road closures.