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Los Angeles avenues

The Los Angeles Avenues refer to a series of 67 numbered streets northeast of Downtown Los Angeles, California. The street grid begins at the Los Angeles River, with Avenue 16, as there are fifteen streets north of First Street, but they are already named. These streets give their name to the Avenues gang

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Avenue 20

see San Fernando Road

Avenue 26

One Metro station:

Avenue 36

One Metro station:

Avenues 46-48

These were never constructed along Figueroa Street; Sycamore Park is in their place. Avenues 46 and 47 exist along York Blvd, but Avenue 48 was renamed Campus Road One Metro station:

Avenue 57

One Metro station:

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