California 23


Routing

California 23 is a north-south state route between California 1/Pacific Coast Highway (west of Malibu) and California 126 in Fillmore, briefly merging with U.S. 101 at Thousand Oaks in Ventura County. The section of state highway between U.S. 101 and California 118 has been constructed to freeway standards and is known as the Moorpark Freeway.

Highway Guide

California 23/Decker Road north
California 23/Westlake Boulevard north
U.S. 101/Ventura Freeway (El Camino Real) and California 23 north
The next exit along U.S. 101/Ventura Freeway and California 23 north is Exit 41, Hampshire Road. Photo taken 12/23/04.
This mileage sign provides the distance to the next three exits along U.S. 101/Ventura Freeway north: Exit 41, Hampshire Road; Exit 43A, Junction California 23 freeway north to Moorpark and Fillmore; and Exit 43B, Rancho Road. Photo taken 02/02/08.
An auto tour sign for the Juan Bautista de Anza Trail is posted on U.S. 101 north. Photo taken 03/18/06.
Northbound U.S. 101/Ventura Freeway and California 23 reach Exit 41, Hampshire Road. The next offramp is for Exit 43A, Junction California 23 freeway north to Fillmore. Photo taken 03/18/06.
California 23 takes precedence over U.S. 101 in this reassurance shield assembly along northbound U.S. 101/Ventura Freeway and California 23 prior to Exit 43A, Junction California 23 freeway north. Photo taken 02/02/08.
Use California 23 north to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley. In October 2005, President Reagan's Air Force One was permanently opened for the public to see at the library. Photo taken 02/02/08.
This mileage sign provides the distance to the next three exits along U.S. 101/Ventura Freeway north: Exit 43A, Junction California 23 north to Moorpark and Fillmore; Exit 43B, Rancho Road; and Exit 44, Moorpark Road. Photo taken 02/02/08.
The right two lanes of northbound U.S. 101/Ventura Freeway will connect to California 23 north at Exit 43A. Note that the exit utilizes the far right lane as an exit-only lane, and the second lane from the right is an "optional" lane that permits either exit onto the California 23 freeway or remaining on U.S. 101 northbound. Photo taken 02/02/08.
Northbound U.S. 101/Ventura Freeway reaches Exit 43A, Junction California 23/Moorpark Freeway north. Again note the variation in pavement color to differentiate through traffic from exit lanes. Also notice that the entire U.S. 101 through traffic sign has been overlaid with a new shield, control city, and number of lanes for through traffic. Photo taken 02/02/08.
California 23/Moorpark Freeway north
A two-lane transition ramp carries California 23 from U.S. 101/Ventura Freeway onto the Moorpark Freeway. The ramp is designed to avoid the interchange between U.S. 101 and Rancho Drive in Thousand Oaks. Photos taken 02/02/08.
To the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Air Force One, follow California 23 north to Exit 17, Olsen Road (five miles north of here). Photo taken 02/02/08.
Turning north again, the two-lane transition ramp from U.S. 101 north prepares to merge with traffic from U.S. 101 south. California 23 will follow the Moorpark Freeway from Thousand Oaks north to Moorpark. Photo taken 02/02/08.

A California 23 north reassurance shield is posted after the onramps from U.S. 101 and Hillcrest Drive merge onto the nascent freeway. Photo taken 02/02/08.
The first exit along California 23/Moorpark Freeway north is Exit 14, Janss Road. This street was named after the original Thousand Oaks developers from the 1950s. The right lane becomes exit only for Janss Road. Photo taken 02/02/08.
This upcoming exits mileage sign provides the distance to the first three exits along California 23/Moorpark Freeway north: Exit 14, Janss Road; Exit 15, Avenida de los Arboles; and Exit 16, Sunset Hills Boulevard. Photo taken 02/02/08.
Northbound California 23/Moorpark Freeway approaches Exit 14, Janss Road in Thousand Oaks. A widening project to add a third lane was nearly complete by 2008. All of these approach signs have been replaced with reflective signs with the exit number. Photo taken 02/02/08.
Use Exit 14 (Janss Road west) to the Los Robles Hospital and Medical Center. Turn right (east) on Janss Road to the Thousand Oaks Library. Photo taken 02/02/08.
Northbound California 23/Moorpark Freeway meets Exit 14, Janss Road in Thousand Oaks. Photo taken 02/02/08.
The next exit along California 23/Moorpark Freeway north is Exit 15, Avenida de los Arboles (0.75 miles). Photo taken 02/02/08.
This upcoming exits mileage sign provides the distance to the next three exits along California 23/Moorpark Freeway north: Exit 15, Avenida de los Arboles; Exit 16, Sunset Hills Boulevard; and Exit 17, Olsen Road to the Reagan Library. Photo taken 02/02/08.
Northbound California 23/Moorpark Freeway meets Exit 15, Avenida de los Arboles. Photo taken 02/02/08.
The next exit along California 23/Moorpark Freeway north is Exit 16, Sunset Hills Boulevard. Photo taken 02/02/08.
This upcoming exits mileage sign provides the distance to the next three exits along California 23/Moorpark Freeway north: Exit 16, Sunset Hills Boulevard; Exit 17, Olsen Road; and Exit 19, Tierra Rejada Road. Photo taken 02/02/08.
Northbound California 23/Moorpark Freeway meets Exit 16, Sunset Hills Boulevard. Photo taken 02/02/08.
The next exit along California 23/Moorpark Freeway north is Exit 17, Olsen Road. Photo taken 02/02/08.
California 23 sees some less developed areas between Thousand Oaks and Moorpark. Photo taken 02/02/08.
Use Exit 17 (Olsen Road east) to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Air Force One. Photo taken 02/02/08.
Use Olsen Road east to Simi Valley and west to California Lutheran University. Photo taken 02/02/08.
This upcoming exits mileage sign provides the distance to the next three exits along California 23/Moorpark Freeway north: Exit 17, Olsen Road; Exit 19, Tierra Rejada Road; and Exits 20A-B, Junction California 118/Los Angeles Avenue and Simi Valley Freeway (Ronald Reagan Freeway). Photo taken 02/02/08.
Northbound California 23/Moorpark Freeway meets Exit 17, Olsen Road. Photo taken 02/02/08.
The next exit along California 23/Moorpark Freeway north is Exit 19, Tierra Rejada Road. Photo taken 02/02/08.
Snow-capped peaks come into view from California 23 on this winter's day. Photo taken 02/02/08.
A California 23 north reassurance shield is posted after the onramp from Olsen Road. Photo taken 02/02/08.
Use California 23 north to Moorpark (three miles). Photo taken 02/02/08.
This upcoming exits mileage sign provides the distance to the next three exits along California 23/Moorpark Freeway north: Exit 19, Tierra Rejada Road and Exits 20A-B, Junction California 118/Los Angeles Avenue and Simi Valley Freeway (Ronald Reagan Freeway). Also included is Princeton Avenue, which can be accessed via California 118 east after California 23 departs at Los Angeles Avenue. Photo taken 02/02/08.
These four exits all serve the city of Moorpark. California 23 enters the city of Moorpark. The city was incorporated on July 1, 1983, and had a population of 31,415 as of the 2000 Census. Photo taken 02/02/08.
California 23 affords us another gorgeous mountain view. Photo taken 02/02/08.
Use Exit 19, Tierra Rejada Road to El Rancho Simi Adobe, a California registered historic site. Photo taken 02/02/08.
California 23/Moorpark Freeway north approaches Exit 19, Tierra Rejada Road. Photo taken 02/02/08.
Trucks are restricted on Tierra Rejada Road west of Moorpark Road. Photo taken 02/02/08.
Northbound California 23/Moorpark Freeway meets Exit 19, Tierra Rejada Road. Photo taken 02/02/08.
The next two exits along California 23/Moorpark Freeway north are Exit 20A, Junction California 118/Los Angeles Avenue west and California 23 north to Fillmore and Exit 20B, Junction California 118/Simi Valley (Ronald Reagan) Freeway east to Simi Valley and Los Angeles. Photo taken 02/02/08.
A California 23 north reassurance route marker is posted after the onramp from Tierra Rejada Road. Photo taken 02/02/08.
Use Exit 20A, Los Angeles Avenue for motorist services (gas and food). Photo taken 02/02/08.
Another mileage sign provides the distance to the next four exits along both California 23/Moorpark Freeway north and California 118/Ronald Reagan Freeway east: Exit 20A, Junction California 118/Los Angeles Avenue west and California 23 north to Fillmore; Exit 20B, Junction California 118/Simi Valley (Ronald Reagan) Freeway east to Simi Valley and Los Angeles; Exit 19A, Princeton Avenue; and Exit 19B, Collins Drive. Photo taken 02/02/08.
California 23 departs from the Moorpark Freeway and joins California 118/Los Angeles Avenue to travel west into Moorpark. The left two lanes connect to Exit 20B, Junction California 118/Simi Valley (Ronald Reagan) Freeway east to Simi Valley and Los Angeles. Stay right for the continuation of California 23 north to Fillmore. Photo taken 02/02/08.
Now on the offramp, California 23 turns left (west) onto Los Angeles Avenue. Photo taken 02/02/08.
At the bottom of the offramp, turn left to continue north on California 23 via Los Angeles Avenue. Photo taken 02/02/08.
California 23 north and Los Angeles Avenue west
California 23 passes under the Moorpark Freeway/Simi Valley Freeway. Ahead, Los Angeles Avenue travels west toward downtown Moorpark. Turn left at the next traffic signal to connect to California 23 south back to Thousand Oaks. Photo taken 02/02/08.
Northbound California 23 meets the onramp to California 23/Moorpark Freeway south. From the right, traffic from California 118 west joins Los Angeles Avenue. Photo taken 02/02/08.
California 23 north and California 118/Los Angeles Avenue west
California 23 north and California 118/Los Angeles Avenue west follow a shared alignment between the freeway and Moorpark Avenue in central Moorpark. The first traffic signal connects to Moorpark Marketplace, a shopping mall with food and shopping. Photo taken 02/02/08.
A short distance later, California 23 north and California 118/Los Angeles Avenue west approach Miller Parkway, which travels south through residential areas before changing into Moorpark Road (not to be confused with Moorpark Avenue). Photo taken 02/02/08.
Northbound California 23 and westbound California 118/Los Angeles Avenue approach Spring Road at the next traffic signal. Turn right on Spring Road to historic downtown Moorpark located along High Street. Spring Road north to High Street west provides an alternative route to California 23's signed route north to Fillmore. Only a California 118 trailblazer shield is posted at this intersection. Photos taken 02/02/08.
After the Spring Road intersection, California 23 north and California 118/Los Angeles Avenue west approach Fremont Street south and Millard Street north. Photo taken 02/02/08.
Northbound California 23 and westbound California 118/Los Angeles Avenue meet Flory Avenue. Photo taken 02/02/08.
California 23 north and California 118 west will split at the next intersection. California 118/Los Angeles Avenue continues west toward Ventura, while California 23/Moorpark Avenue travels north toward Fillmore. Photo taken 02/26/11.
The two state routes divide at the intersection with Moorpark Avenue. California 23 north turns right, while California 118 west continues along Los Angeles Avenue (straight ahead). Turn right onto California 23 north to the Amtrak and Metrolink station. Photo taken 02/02/08.
California 23/Moorpark Avenue north
Leaving California 118/Los Angeles Avenue, northbound California 23 resumes its own alignment by taking Moorpark Avenue toward downtown Moorpark and onward toward Fillmore. The rest of the state route between here and Fillmore is generally two lanes (one in each direction) with a winding drive downhill segment along the Grimes Canyon Road alignment. Photo taken 02/02/08.
Northbound California 23/Moorpark Avenue meets Poindexter Avenue west (left turn) and First Street east (right turn). Photo taken 02/26/11.
Continue north on Moorpark Avenue to downtown Moorpark. California 23 next crosses over the railroad (Amtrak and Metrolink). Photo taken 02/02/08.
The next major intersection along California 23/Moorpark Avenue north is with High Street. Turn right here for downtown Moorpark. The second left is for Moorpark's Civic Center. At the following intersection (with Everett Street), California 23 will change from Moorpark Avenue to Walnut Canyon Road. Photo taken 02/02/08.
California 23/Walnut Canyon Road north
California 23 gains a center turn lane the roadway shifts toward the northwest. The road changes from Moorpark Avenue into Walnut Canyon Road. Photo taken 02/26/11.
Northbound California 23/Walnut Canyon Road approaches Casey Street, which travels west toward Walnut Canyon School. Two sets of signs for Casey Street are posted on the traffic signal mast arms since the intersection is located on a somewhat blind curve. Photos taken 02/02/08 and 02/26/11.
California 23 proceeds north along Walnut Canyon Road through northern Moorpark as the state highway leaves the city and reenters the rural countryside. Photos taken 02/02/08 and 02/26/11.
Meridian Hills Drive connects California 23 passes with a newer residential development on the west side of the state highway. A new traffic signal governs the flow of traffic at Spring Road, which travels south to reconnect with California 23-118/Los Angeles Avenue just west of the Moorpark Freeway/Simi Valley Freeway interchange. Championship Drive connects to Moorpark Country Club, which includes a residential community adjacent to the golf course. Photos taken 02/02/08 and 02/26/11.
Continuing north, California 23 has an increasingly rural feel as we leave Moorpark. The state highway shifts from Walnut Canyon Road onto Broadway Road. Photos taken 02/02/08 and 02/26/11.
California 23 north and Broadway Road west
Northbound California 23 actually travels due west along Broadway Road. At the western end, where California 23 curves north onto Grimes Canyon Road, a set of Southern California Edison high-voltage power lines pass overhead. Photos taken 02/02/08 and 02/26/11.
California 23/Grimes Canyon Road north
Curving from westbound Broadway Road onto northbound Grimes Canyon Road, California 23 resumes its trek north toward Fillmore and California 126. The highway passes through fertile agricultural areas before dropping into the Santa Clara River valley. Photos taken 02/02/08 and 02/26/11.
Two-lane California 23 leaves the agricultural area and prepares to descend into Grimes Canyon. This section of highway has plenty of curves, but nothing compared to the switchbacks waiting ahead. Photos taken 02/02/08 and 02/26/11.
This series of pictures follows California 23 north along Grimes Canyon Road downhill toward Fillmore. The route can be treacherous; watch for slowing vehicles. Photos taken 02/02/08 and 02/26/11.
California 23 makes another 90-degree turn (this time to the east), leaving Grimes Canyon Road and shifting onto Bellevue Avenue. To the west, Bardsdale Avenue takes a left into agricultural and ranch lands. Photo taken 02/02/08.
California 23 north and Bellevue Avenue east
A California 23 north reassurance shield is posted on Bellevue Avenue on the short segment between Grimes Canyon Road and Chambersburg Road (next left visible in the distance). Photo taken 02/26/11.
California 23 makes the turn north onto Chambersburg Road near Elkins Ranch Golf Course. Photo taken 02/26/11.
California 23/Chambersburg Road north
Northbound California 23/Chambersburg Road now makes a straight shot toward Fillmore. The two-lane highway has few curves, especially as compared to the Grimes Canyon segment. Photo taken 02/26/11.
Oranges ripen on the trees as California 23/Chambersburg Road approaches Pasadena Avenue. Photo taken 02/02/08.
The next turnoff from California 23/Chambersburg Road north is Guiberson Road. Photo taken 02/26/11.
Northbound California 23/Chambersburg Road approaches Riverside Avenue. Photo taken 02/02/08.
A snow-capped peak makes an appearance in February. Photo taken 02/02/08.
California 23 enters the city of Fillmore and prepares the cross over the Santa Clara River. Fillmore, the "Last Best Small Town," is situated at the intersection of California 23 and California 126. The population of Fillmore was 13,643 as of the 2000 Census. The city was incorporated on July 10, 1914. Photo taken 02/02/08.
The Santa Clara River is part of a major Southern California watershed, carrying water from the hills above Santa Clarita southwest toward the Pacific Ocean between Ventura and Oxnard. The river generally follows California 126 and carries water from several locally known creeks: Sespe Creek, Piru Creek, Castaic Creek, and San Francisquito Creek. Since this river is not channeled (similar to the Los Angeles River), the bridge for California 23 must be long to accommodate flood stage. California 23 changes into A Street upon crossing the river. Photos taken 02/02/08 and 02/26/11.
California 23/A Street north
Northbound California 23/A Street approaches River Street. Photo taken 02/26/11.
In the next block, California 23/A Street north approaches California 126/Ventura Street. California 126 travels east to Santa Clarita (right turn) or west to Santa Paula and Ventura (left turn). This busy state highway has at least four lanes (two in each direction) through Fillmore. Photo taken 02/26/11.
Northbound California 23/A Street meets California 126/Ventura Street at this traffic signal. This intersection marks the northern terminus of California 23, but no END shield is posted here. To the north, A Street connects to Old Telegraph Road (an old alignment of California 126 west) and eventually changes into Goodenough Road as it travels north alongside Sespe Creek. Photo taken 02/26/11.
California 23 south
California 23 south and California 118/Los Angeles Avenue east
California 23/Moorpark Freeway south
After traffic from California 118/Simi Valley Freeway merges with the California 23 onramp from Los Angeles Avenue, the Moorpark Freeway begins its journey south toward Thousand Oaks. An upcoming exits mileage sign provides the distance to the first three exits on California 23/Moorpark Freeway south: Exit 19, Tierra Rejada Road; Exit 17, Olsen Road; and Exit 16, Sunset Hills Boulevard. Photo taken 09/29/07.
Between California 118 and U.S. 101, California 23 is known both as the Moorpark Freeway and as the Military Intelligence Service Memorial Highway. This sign is posted in the median just after the onramp from Los Angeles Avenue. Photo taken 09/29/07.
Southbound California 23/Moorpark Freeway reaches Exit 19, Tierra Rejada Road in the city of Moorpark. Construction was underway at the time this picture was taken to add a third lane to both directions of California 23. As a result, this sign has been replaced with a reflective guide sign with an exit number. Photo taken 09/29/07.
The next exit along California 23/Moorpark Freeway south is Exit 17, Olsen Road (sign has since been replaced). Photo taken 09/29/07.
This upcoming exits mileage sign provides the distance to the first three exits on California 23/Moorpark Freeway south: Exit 17, Olsen Road; Exit 16, Sunset Hills Boulevard; and Exit 15, Avenida de los Arboles. Photo taken 09/29/07.
The next five exits from California 23/Moorpark Freeway south serve the city of Thousand Oaks: Exit 17, Olsen Road; Exit 16, Sunset Hills Boulevard; Exit 15, Avenida de los Arboles; Exit 14, Janss Road; and Exit 13, Hillcrest Drive and Thousand Oaks Boulevard. Photo taken 09/29/07.
Use Olsen Road east to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Air Force One. East of here, Olsen Road changes into Madera Road, which travels northeast to the library and continues to meet California 118 in Simi Valley. Photo taken 09/29/07.
Thousand Oaks (often referred to as "TO") was incorporated on September 29, 1964. Development of the city began in the 1950s as the Janss Investment Company master planned the city. Population growth has kept pace with development; its population was 117,005 as of the 2000 Census. Photo taken 09/29/07.
Use Olsen Road west to California Lutheran University. Olsen Road turns south and changes into Lynn Road at the intersection with Wildwood Avenue in Thousand Oaks. Photo taken 09/29/07.
Southbound California 23/Moorpark Freeway reaches Exit 17, Olsen Road. Photo taken 09/29/07.
The next exit along California 23/Moorpark Freeway south is Exit 16, Sunset Hills Boulevard. Photo taken 09/29/07.
This mileage sign provides the distance for the next three exits on California 23/Moorpark Freeway south: Exit 16, Sunset Hills Boulevard; Exit 15, Avenida de los Arboles; and Exit 14, Janss Road. Photo taken 09/29/07.
Southbound California 23/Moorpark Freeway reaches Exit 16, Sunset Hills Boulevard. Photo taken 09/29/07.
The next exit along California 23/Moorpark Freeway south is Exit 15, Avenida de los Arboles (Spanish for "Avenue of the Trees"). Photo taken 09/29/07.
This mileage sign provides the distance for the next three exits on California 23/Moorpark Freeway south: Exit 15, Avenida de los Arboles; Exit 14, Janss Road; and Exit 13, Hillcrest Drive and Thousand Oaks Boulevard. Photo taken 09/29/07.
Southbound California 23/Moorpark Freeway reaches Exit 15, Avenida de los Arboles. Photo taken 09/29/07.
The next exit along California 23/Moorpark Freeway south is Exit 14, Janss Road. This street was named after the original Thousand Oaks developers from the 1950s. Photo taken 09/29/07.
This mileage sign provides the distance for the next four exits on California 23/Moorpark Freeway south: Exit 14, Janss Road; Exit 13, Hillcrest Drive and Thousand Oaks Boulevard; and Exits 12B-A, Junction U.S. 101/Ventura Freeway. Photo taken 09/29/07.
Southbound California 23/Moorpark Freeway reaches Exit 14, Janss Road. Photo taken 09/29/07.
The next exit along California 23/Moorpark Freeway south is Exit 13, Hillcrest Drive and Thousand Oaks Boulevard. Photo taken 09/29/07.
The final three exits along the southbound Moorpark Freeway are: Exit 13, Hillcrest Drive and Thousand Oaks Boulevard; Exit 12B, Junction U.S. 101/Ventura Freeway north (west) to Oxnard and Ventura; and Exit 12A, Junction U.S. 101/Ventura Freeway south (east) to Los Angeles and California 23 south to Malibu. While California 23 is a true north-south route here, U.S. 101 travels almost due east-west through Thousand Oaks. Photo taken 09/29/07.
A final upcoming exits sign provides the distance to the final three exits along California 23/Moorpark Freeway south: Exit 13, Hillcrest Drive and Thousand Oaks Boulevard; Exit 12B, Junction U.S. 101/Ventura Freeway north (west) to Oxnard and Ventura; and Exit 12A, Junction U.S. 101/Ventura Freeway south (east) to Los Angeles and California 23 south to Malibu. Photo taken 09/29/07.
Southbound California 23 approaches Exit 13, Hillcrest Drive and Thousand Oaks Boulevard. Photo taken 09/29/07.
Exit 13 connects to both Hillcrest Drive and Thousand Oaks Boulevard. Upon exiting, the offramp becomes a frontage road with the first intersection at Hillcrest Drive and the second intersection with Thousand Oaks Boulevard. Photo taken 09/29/07.
Use Exit 13 to the Civic Arts Plaza. Photo taken 09/29/07.
Southbound California 23 reaches Exit 13, Hillcrest Drive and Thousand Oaks Boulevard. The next exit is the junction with U.S. 101, a freeway-to-freeway interchange. Stay left for U.S. 101 and California 23 south. In the distance ahead lie the Santa Monica Mountains, which separate Thousand Oaks from the Pacific Ocean and Malibu. The Moorpark Freeway comes to a close here. Photo taken 09/29/07.
After the offramp to Hillcrest Drive, southbound California 23 splits at Exits 12B-A, Junction U.S. 101/Ventura Freeway. Stay left for the continuation of California 23. U.S. 101 and California 23 share alignment briefly before California 23 resumes its journey south to the ocean via Westlake Boulevard and Decker Road. Stay right to follow U.S. 101 north (west) to Ventura, Santa Barbara, and points north via the Central Coast. Photo taken 09/29/07.
A single lane connects California 23 south with U.S. 101 north (west) via Exit 12B. Photo taken 09/29/07.
U.S. 101/Ventura Freeway (El Camino Real) and California 23 south
After merging with U.S. 101/Ventura Freeway, a reassurance shield assembly includes U.S. 101 south but omits California 23 south. Through traffic to California 23 should follow U.S. 101 south until Exit 40, Westlake Boulevard. Photo taken 09/29/07.
The right lane of U.S. 101/Ventura Freeway and California 23 south becomes exit only for Exit 41, Hampshire Road. Photo taken 09/29/07.
This mileage sign provides the distance to the next three exits on U.S. 101/Ventura Freeway south: Exit 41, Hampshire Road; Exit 40, Junction California 23 south and Westlake Boulevard; and Exit 39, Lindero Canyon Road. Photo taken 09/29/07.
Southbound U.S. 101/Ventura Freeway reaches Exit 41, Hampshire Road. This is the second to last exit in Thousand Oaks. Photo taken 09/29/07.
The next exit along southbound is Exit 40, Junction California 23/Westlake Boulevard south and Westlake Boulevard north. Photo taken 09/29/07.
Both U.S. 101 and California 23 south are signed after the onramp from Hampshire Road. Photo taken 09/29/07.
This mileage sign provides the distance to the next three exits on U.S. 101/Ventura Freeway south: Exit 40, Junction California 23 south and Westlake Boulevard; Exit 39, Lindero Canyon Road; and Exit 38, Adobe Road to Agoura Road. Photo taken 02/02/08.
Use California 23/Westlake Boulevard south to Lake Sherwood (via Potrero Road) and the city of Westlake Village (via Triunfo Canyon Road). Photo taken 02/02/08.
Southbound U.S. 101 reaches Exit 40, Junction California 23/Westlake Boulevard south and Westlake Boulevard north. The routes divide at this point after their brief shared alignment. Photo taken 09/29/07.
California 23/Westlake Boulevard south
California 23/Decker Road south
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