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Doheny Drive

Doheny Drive is a major north–south thoroughfare mostly through Beverly Hills and West Hollywood, in the U.S. state of California. It starts a few blocks south of Pico Boulevard in Los Angeles and travels north past Sunset Boulevard. Doheny encounters few traffic lights, making it a relatively quick north–south trip. From Santa Monica Boulevard to Sunset Boulevard are condominiums and houses, adjacent to the Sunset Strip. Doheny Drive forms the western end of the Strip, which ends at Crescent Heights Boulevard to the east.

It is named for Edward L. Doheny, a Los Angeles oil tycoon.

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