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Los Angeles streets, 1-10

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Los Angeles streets, 1-10

This article covers streets in Los Angeles between and including 1st Street and 10th Street. Major streets have their own linked articles; minor streets are discussed here.

These streets run parallel to each other, roughly east-west.

Streets change from west to east (for instance West 1st Street to East 1st Street) at Main Street.

All of these streets run through Downtown Los Angeles. In addition, many of the streets also run through Westlake and Boyle Heights.

1st, 4th, 6th/Whittier, 7th, and Olympic have crossings over the Los Angeles River; the others do not.



Street West East # of lanes Traffic direction Additional notes Image
1st Street North Croft Avenue Atlantic Boulevard
(East LA)
2-6 two-way
2nd Street South Martel Avenue South Indiana Street 2 two-way 2nd Street Tunnel
Regional Connector
3rd Street Alpine Drive
(Beverly Hills)
Woods Avenue
(East LA)
2-4 westbound (Downtown)
two-way (elsewhere)
4th Street La Cienega Boulevard Hillview Avenue
(East LA)
2-4 eastbound (Downtown)
two-way (elsewhere)
5th Street San Vicente Boulevard McDonnell Avenue
(East LA)
2-4 westbound (Downtown)
two-way (elsewhere)
6th Street San Vicente Boulevard
Saint Louis Avenue
Sixth Street Viaduct
Harding Avenue
(East LA)
2-4 eastbound (Downtown)
two-way (elsewhere)
see also Whittier Boulevard
7th Street South Norton Avenue South Indiana Street 2-4 two-way
8th Street San Vicente Boulevard Olympic Boulevard 2-4 westbound (Downtown)
two-way (elsewhere)
James M. Wood Boulevard
(9th Street)
Hauser Boulevard Gladys Avenue 2-4 eastbound (Downtown)
two-way (elsewhere)
see also Olympic Boulevard
Olympic Boulevard
(10th Street)
5th Street
(Santa Monica)
4th Street
2-4 two-way


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