California State Route 133

The California State Route 133 ( SR 133 133 or CA for short ) is an axis extending in a north-south direction State Route in the U.S. state of California. The 13.6 miles ( 21.9 km ) long road connecting the California State Route 1 (Pacific Coast Highway ) in Laguna Beach with California State Route 241 in Irvine. North of the intersection with Interstate 405, the road is known as Laguna Freeway.

The section north of California State Route 73 is part of the California Freeway and Expressway System.


The California State Route 133 begins at California State Route 1 (Pacific Coast Highway ) in Laguna Beach, just a few meters away from the Pacific Ocean. The route follows the Broadway Street through the town center. The Laguna Canyon, the CA 133 combined with the Laguna Canyon Road. The road narrows to two lanes. After crossing the valley, which is surrounded by the Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park to the west by Laguna Coast Wilderness Park and in the east, the junction is reached with the County Route S18. The CA 133 widened to four lanes at the intersection with the California State Route 73 and becomes a highway.

Shortly thereafter, the Laguna Canyon Road swings to the northwest to the output of the valley at Irvine. North of Laguna Woods Wilderness Park is the road to the Laguna Freeway and crosses Interstate 405 from exit to Interstate 5, the CA 133 a toll road. It continues past the abandoned Marine Corps Air Station El Toro and ends at California State Route 241