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Glendale Boulevard

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Glendale Boulevard

Glendale Boulevard is a north–south street in Los Angeles that starts off as Lucas Avenue at 7th Street west of Downtown LA. The name changes at Beverly Boulevard. Echo Park is located north of the Hollywood Freeway at Bellevue Avenue. State Route 2 runs from Alvarado Street until the freeway entrance north of Allesandro Street. Northeast of Riverside Drive, and Interstate 5, it merges with Hyperion Avenue. As it passes underneath the train tracks of the Metrolink, it enters Glendale and changes to Brand Boulevard, a principal north–south thoroughfare in Glendale, marking the west–east postal divider of that city that finally ends at Kenneth Road.

Metro Local line 92 operates on Glendale Boulevard.

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