Interstate 110 and State Route 110 (California)

Interstate 110 (abbreviated I-110 ) is an Interstate Highway in the United States, mostly runs in the city of Los Angeles. The southern end of the Interstate is located in the suburb of San Pedro at California State Route 47, near the Vincent Thomas Bridge and the Port of Los Angeles. The opposite end is situated 51 kilometers north of the Glenarm Street in Pasadena. North of the Santa Monica Freeway ( Interstate 10 ) carries the road, only the designation California State Route 110

To the north of the motorway junction I 110 / U.S. 101 ( Hollywood Freeway) is known as the Pasadena Freeway or Arroyo Seco Parkway highway. Under the latter name of this section was completed in 1940 as the first highway of the State of California. South of near Downtown Los Angeles to the highway cross the highway carries the unofficial designation Harbor Freeway. The cross with Interstate 105 is designated Judge Harry Pregerson Interchange. By 1962, the freeway was extended south to Pacific Coast Highway. The last four kilometers including connection to the port followed by the year 1970.