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Rosecrans Avenue


Rosecrans Avenue

Rosecrans Avenue is a major west-east thoroughfare in Los Angeles and Orange Counties, California, USA. It has a total length of 27.5 miles (44.3 km). The street is named after Union General William S. Rosecrans, who spent his later years in Southern California.


Rosecrans Avenue begins at Ocean Avenue in Manhattan Beach. On its route it crosses through Manhattan Beach, El Segundo, Hawthorne, Lawndale, Gardena, Compton, Paramount, Bellflower, Norwalk, La Mirada, and Fullerton. The eastern terminus of Rosecrans Avenue is at the intersection with Euclid Street in Fullerton.


Western terminus, Manhattan Beach: 33°54′02″N 118°25′10″W / 33.900518°N 118.41955°W / 33.900518; -118.41955
Eastern terminus, Fullerton: 33°53′37″N 117°56′40″W / 33.8935°N 117.9445°W / 33.8935; -117.9445


Beach Cities Transit line 109 (between Highland Avenue and Sepulveda Boulevard), Metro Local line 125 (between Sepulveda Boulevard and Norwalk Station) and Norwalk Transit line 5 (east of Norwalk Station) operate on Rosecrans Avenue. The Metro Silver Line Rosecrans/I-110 station on the Harbor Transitway is located above Interstate 110. At Douglas Street, the Metro Green Line serves a station.

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