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Los Angeles streets, 41-250

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Los Angeles streets, 41-250

This article covers streets in Los Angeles, California between and including 41st Street and 250th 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.

Many of the elementary schools in South Los Angeles bear names of numbered streets.


44th Street

44th Street has been renamed Vernon Avenue, and is served by Metro Local line 105 and Metro Rapid line 705. One Metro station:

72nd Street

see Florence Avenue

79th Street

79th Street has been renamed Nadeau Street.

86th Street

see Firestone Boulevard

96th Street

96th Street is a secondary street in South Los Angeles. Portions of it are renamed "Colden Avenue"

98th Street

98th Street is notable for being bisected by Jesse Owens Memorial Park for most of its length.

100th Street

see Century Boulevard

103rd Street

Briefly served by Metro Local line 117. One Metro station:

108th Street

108th Street is a major street in South Los Angeles, and was formerly served by Line 119

114th Street

120th Street

120th Street is a major street in Hawthorne, Athens and Watts. It runs from Aviation Boulevard to Van Ness Avenue, and then from Western Avenue to Wilmington Avenue. It is served by portions of Lines 53 and 126, and was formerly served by Lines 207 and 357

128th Street

128th Street has been renamed El Segundo Boulevard.

135th Street

135th Street is a major street in Hawthorne and Rosewood; it runs from Aviation Boulevard to McKinley Avenue. It is served by portions of Line 209.

143rd Street

143rd Street has been renamed Rosecrans Avenue.

151st Street

151st Street has been renamed Compton Boulevard/Somerset Boulevard in the east and Marine Avenue in the west. Compton Boulevard/Somerset Boulevard carries Metro Local lines 51 and 127. Marine Avenue carries portions of Metro Local lines 126 and 215. Two Metro stations:

158th Street

158th Street has been renamed Manhattan Beach Boulevard.

161st Street

161st Street has been renamed Alondra Boulevard, served by Metro Local line 128.

174th Street

174th Street has been renamed Artesia Boulevard. It is served by Metro Local lines 130 and 344; Line 130 runs between Redondo Beach and Los Cerritos Center and Line 344 runs between Artesia Transit Center and Hawthorne Boulevard. One Metro station:

203rd Street

203rd Street has been renamed Del Amo Boulevard. One Metro station:

217th Street

217th Street has been renamed Carson Street. Carson Street becomes Lincoln Avenue approximately 1.5 miles (2.4 km) east of Interstate 605 upon entering the city of Cypress and Orange County. Once east of State Route 55 in the city of Orange, Lincoln becomes Nohl Ranch Road.

223rd Street

223rd Street is a major street in Carson and Harbor Gateway. It runs from Western Avenue to Alameda Street, where it becomes Wardlow Road upon entrance to Long Beach. One Metro station:

250th Street

250th Street, a major residential street in the city of Lomita, becomes Lomita Boulevard just east of Walnut. It is served by Torrance Transit line 9.

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