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Pictures on this page are arranged in order from south to north.  I-110 North photos are left-aligned in the last column, while I-110 South photos are right-aligned.  Center-line pictures are centered within the last column.

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Northbound signage along Gaffey Street at the southern terminus of Interstate 110.

 

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 4/07/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Southbound signage at the end of the freeway at the Gaffey Street traffic signal.  Oddly I-110 is indicated as progressing southerly along Gaffey Street.  About a mile of Gaffey Street, from this intersection southerly is indeed maintained by Caltrans as State Highway 101, however since Gaffey is an at-grade arterial, it could hardly be considered an interstate highway.

 

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 4/07/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Exit signage heading northbound along the Harbor Freeway for Highway 47 and the Vincent Thomas Bridge.  The Vincent Thomas Bridge was made famous in the movie 'Gone in Sixty Second's' for a harrowing chase scene that  concluded with Nicolas Cage jumping a 1967 Shelby Mustang over an accident scene on the bridge.

 

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 4/07/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Southbound signage for Highway 47 along I-110.  Highway 47 is a short freeway that links the Harbor Freeway to Terminal Island.  Terminal Island is home to both the Port of Los Angeles, and the Port of Long Beach.

 

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 4/07/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Advanced signage for Highway 47 signed at the Channel Street / Pacific Avenue interchange.

 

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 4/07/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Southbound advanced signage for the Channel Street / Pacific Avenue interchange.

 

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 4/07/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Southbound next exit signage along the Harbor Freeway.  The huge container moving cranes of the Port Long Beach are visible from the freeway at this point.  The port of Los Angeles is the United States' busiest container port.  The port of Long Beach is also among the busiest in the United States.  Together, the two side by side ports form the sixth busiest shipping complex in the world.

 

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 4/07/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Southbound signage for the Pacific Coast Highway along Interstate 110 South.  The Pacific Coast Highway is California's longest state highway, paralleling the Pacific Coast from Orange County into the state of Oregon.  Through southern Los Angeles County, and all of Orange County, Highway 1 is a arterial road passing several miles inland of the coast.

 

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 4/07/2010

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Los Angeles County
Carson - West Carson Boundary

Next exit signage in advance of the Pacific Coast Highway interchange.

 

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 4/07/2010

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Los Angeles County
Carson - West Carson Boundary

Southbound signage for Sepulveda Boulevard along I-110.  Sepulveda Boulevard is one of Los Angeles County's longest arterial streets.

 

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 4/07/2010

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Los Angeles County
Carson - West Carson Boundary

Next exit signage for in advance of the San Diego Freeway interchange.  The next two north of this sign along the Harbor Freeway are major freeways.  I-110 is considerably busier north of both the 405, and 91 Freeways into Downtown.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 4/07/2010

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The 605 ends at the 405 Freeway.  The 405 is the San Diego Freeway, paralleling Interstate 5 through the western Los Angeles suburbs.  Click here for Interstate 405 Images.

Los Angeles County
Carson - West Carson Boundary

Northbound view as Interstate passes underneath the the ramps that link I-110 North and I-405 East.  Surprisingly this is not an HOV lane flyover, rather the on-ramp from the 405 enters the Harbor Freeway on the left to minimize weaving between the 405 and the nearby 91 Freeway interchange.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 4/07/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Pull-through signage as the on-ramp from the 405 merges into the left side of I-110 North.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 4/07/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Northbound pull-through signage along the Harbor Freeway at the 91 Freeway interchange.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 4/07/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Partial gantry for Hwy 91 West underneath the westbound to southbound flyover.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 4/07/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Northbound signage at the ramp to the 91 Freeway West from the Harbor Freeway North  The designation of the 91 Freeway heading west is a bit of a misnomer as Highway 91 progresses west for less than half a mile before intersecting Vermont Avenue at grade, and becoming know as Artesia Boulevard, which is an at-grade arterial street.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 4/07/2010

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Highway 91 is an east-west freeway that links Southern Los Angeles County to Riverside County.  Click here for Highway 91 Images.

Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Three lane southbound off-ramp to the San Diego Freeway (I-405) from the Harbor Freeway.  The San Diego Freeway is the southern-most freeway that the Harbor Freeway interchanges with en-route from Downtown to San Pedro.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 4/07/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Advanced signage for the San Diego Freeway (I-405) at the 91 Freeway interchange.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 4/07/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Advanced signage for the San Diego Freeway mounted on the massive support structure that links the Harbor Freeway's transit lanes to the Artesia Transit Center.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 4/07/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Overhead freeway guide signage in advance of the 91 and 405 Freeways at the ramp to the Artesia Transit Center.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 4/07/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Southbound view at the exit to Redondo Beach Boulevard.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 4/07/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Southbound view of the Harbor Freeway at Rosecrans Station.  Rosecrans Station was constructed as part of the Metro's Harbor Transitway.  The construction of the Harbor Transitway in the median of the Harbor Freeway was an excellent way of investing in transit, without actually investing in transit.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 4/07/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Southbound signage for the Rosecrans Ave exit.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 4/07/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Signage for the exit to El Segundo Boulevard.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 4/07/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Next exit signage affixed to the El Segundo Boulevard interchange.  El Segundo Boulevard, at the Harbour Freeway is the heart of South Central Los Angeles.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 4/07/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

This advanced signage for the Century Freeway surprisingly lacks a distance to the interchange.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 4/07/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Exit signage for the Century Freeway (I-105).  Surprisingly, both the ramp the I-105 east and west are single lane ramps.  The massive I-105/110 interchange definitely favours movements along the Century Freeway to and from Downtown.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 3/27/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

This view looks southerly from 120th Street along Interstate 110.  The four-lane HOV/Metro Silver Line facility narrows to a two-lane conventional HOV lane facility just south of El Segundo Boulevard.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 3/27/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Two views looking northerly along Interstate 110 from the 120th Street overpass.  In clear view from this vantage point is the Judge Harry Pregerson Interchange that links the Harbor Freeway to the Century Freeway by means of a dizzying array of high-speed flyovers and connecting ramps.  Also contained within the interchange is a bus terminal for Metro's Siver Line, providing a link to Metro's Green Line which is a light rail line in the median of the Century Freeway.

 

This is one of the most awesome interchanges on the planet.

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Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 3/27/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Pull through signage for the Century Freeway interchange along the Harbor Freeway.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 3/27/2010

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The 105 (Century Freeway) begins westerly from the 605 Freeway by-passing Downtown LA to the south, bound for LAX Airport.  Click here for Interstate 105 Images.

Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

This view is only available to those who opt to cruise Los Angeles County with a friend.  This awesome view of the Harbor Freeway, and Downtown LA is taken from the highspeed flyover ramp that links the Carpool Lane on the eastbound Century Freeway to the Carpool Lanes on the Harbor Freeway northbound.  The San Gabriel Mountain Range is clearly visible in the distance, beyond Downtown.

 

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 3/26/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Southerly view of Interstate 110 as it passes beneath Interstate 105.  Note the height of the HOV flyover ramp between the Century Freeway and the Harbor Freeway.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 3/27/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Southbound signage for the general purpose ramps to the Century Freeway.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 3/27/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Overhead sign truss in advance of the Century Freeway interchange.  The Century/Harbor Freeway interchange is one of the most complex interchanges in the world.  Coupled with the high speed flyovers for general purpose traffic, four high-speed ramps link the HOV lanes north of the interchange on the Harbor Freeway to the HOV lanes on both the east and west on the Century Freeway.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 3/27/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Southbound advanced signage for the Carpool lane ramps to the Century Freeway.  Note the blank overheads over the right side of the freeway as well.  These signs flash 'Meter On' during peak times when ramp meters are active for the ramps linking the Century and Harbor Freeways.  Numerous freeway to freeway ramps are metered with traffic signals in Los Angeles County.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 3/27/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Southbound signage for the Century Boulevard.  Neighbouring I-105 receives its colloquial name as the Century Freeway due to its parallel alignment to Century Boulevard.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 3/27/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Southbound view at the 51st Street exit.  The HOV lanes tower over the depressed freeway.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 3/27/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

View as Interstate 110 south descends into a trench at the Vernon Street interchange.  The Harbor Freeway is situated below grade for just over a mile between Vernon Street and 54th Street.  Evidently, when the HOV lanes were constructed on the 110 Freeway, it was deemed to disruptive/expensive to widen the freeway trench; so a four lane HOV structure was constructed and towers over the general purpose lanes for about a mile.  I-110 is one of Los Angeles County's most impressive freeways.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 3/27/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Advanced Northbound view at the northbound end of the Harbor Freeway's Carpool lanes.  The Silver Line (the Harbor Freeway's bus route) exits the Harbor Freeway here continues northbound into Downtown L.A. on surface streets.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 3/26/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Into the general purpose lanes as the HOV lanes have now ended, drivers are given a spectacular view of Downtown before I-110 dives into a trench heading underneath of Adams Street.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 3/26/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

This is the concrete jungle!  I-110 intersects with Interstate 10 a mile past the Adams Boulevard off-ramp.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 3/26/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Southbound advanced signage for the Exposition Boulevard interchange.  Note the stub end of the Carpool lane flyover -- obviously this structure was designed with a future extension of the HOV lane system in mind; such an extension would be no small feet as neither the Pasadena (CA-110), nor the Santa Monica (I-10) Freeways have Carpool lanes.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 3/27/2010

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Signage for the Santa Monica Freeway interchange.  The overhead HOV structure creates a unique driving experience along the 110 Freeway.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 10/30/2013

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Interchange sequence signage affixed to the Adams Boulevard overpass.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 10/30/2013

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

The first of two pull through lane assignment signs in advance of the Santa Monica Freeway (I-10) interchange.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 10/30/2013

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Los Angeles County
City of Los Angeles

Pull-through signage at the Santa Monica Freeway interchange.  The interstate designation for Route 110 ends at the Santa Monica Freeway.  California Highway 110 continues northerly past this interchange, continuing along the west side of Downtown as the Harbor Freeway.

Photographer: Scott Steeves

Date: 10/30/2013

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The San Bernardino Freeway is the principal highway linking Las Angeles and San Bernardino Counties.  Click here for Interstate 10 Images.

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