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===Downtown Los Angeles===
 
===Downtown Los Angeles===
 
:''Main article: [[Downtown Los Angeles]]''
 
:''Main article: [[Downtown Los Angeles]]''
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:''See also: [[Los Angeles streets, 1-10]]''
 
Downtown Los Angeles - bounded by the [[101 Freeway]] to the north, the [[10 Freeway]] to the south, and the [[110 Freeway]] to the west - was the city's central business district, located close to the geographic center of its metropolitan area, and home to the skyscrapers that gave the city its distinctive skyline. Many multinational corporations and defense contractors had offices in Downtown or the nearby [[Financial District]]. The area also featured expensive high-rise apartment buildings and unique cultural and economic venues, such as [[Chinatown]] and the [[Staples Center]]. [[Los Angeles Union Station]], the city's public transportation hub, was based in the Downtown area. {{cite|gx00|4x02|4x19s|4x24s|''et al''}}
 
Downtown Los Angeles - bounded by the [[101 Freeway]] to the north, the [[10 Freeway]] to the south, and the [[110 Freeway]] to the west - was the city's central business district, located close to the geographic center of its metropolitan area, and home to the skyscrapers that gave the city its distinctive skyline. Many multinational corporations and defense contractors had offices in Downtown or the nearby [[Financial District]]. The area also featured expensive high-rise apartment buildings and unique cultural and economic venues, such as [[Chinatown]] and the [[Staples Center]]. [[Los Angeles Union Station]], the city's public transportation hub, was based in the Downtown area. {{cite|gx00|4x02|4x19s|4x24s|''et al''}}
   
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[[File:2x01_LA_Map_final.jpg|200px|thumb|A map displaying Los Angeles' major thoroughfares]]
 
[[File:2x01_LA_Map_final.jpg|200px|thumb|A map displaying Los Angeles' major thoroughfares]]
   
: ''See also: [[Port of Los Angeles]], [[Los Angeles streets]]''
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: ''See also: [[Port of Los Angeles]]''
   
 
Transportation in Los Angeles was primarily automotive. The city was crisscrossed by a complex series of freeways and highways, providing access to most major regions, although traffic congestion was often a problem. These included:
 
Transportation in Los Angeles was primarily automotive. The city was crisscrossed by a complex series of freeways and highways, providing access to most major regions, although traffic congestion was often a problem. These included:
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