Interstate 105

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Interstate 105

Routing

Interstate 105 is the Glenn Anderson Freeway (also known as the Century Freeway), connecting El Segundo and Los Angeles International Airport with Norwalk and Interstate 605.

History

The freeway was opened to traffic in 1993, and it was featured in several of the chase sequences in the 1994 movie Speed. Although the freeway was originally intended to connect to Interstate 5 and possibly continue east toward Orange County and California 91, it was truncated at Interstate 605. A high occupancy vehicle ramp connects Interstate 105 with Studebaker Road, which parallels Interstate 605 to the east in Norwalk. No plans currently exist for any extension of Interstate 105 to the east.

Interstate 105 Highway Guides

Scenes Pertaining to Interstate 105
Northbound Studebaker Road approaches the left turn onto the carpool (high occupancy vehicle) lane connector that leads to Interstate 105 west. Unlike other area freeways, a section of Interstate 105 between Studebaker Road and Interstate 605 is open only to high occupancy vehicles (i.e., carpools, buses, and other vehicles with two or more vehicles). Photo taken 06/19/10.
Signage clearly advises motorists that this ramp is only open for carpools, not single occupant vehicles. Photo taken 06/19/10.

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Page Updated September 11, 2010.