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Artesia Boulevard is a west-east thoroughfare in Los Angeles County and Orange County.

Artesia Boulevard
Maintained byLocal jurisdictions
Nearest metro stationLAMetroLogo.svg Artesia station
West end SR 1 (Pacific Coast Highway) in Hermosa Beach
Major
junctions
SR 107 in Redondo Beach
I-405 in Torrance
I-110 in Los Angeles
SR 47 in Compton
I-710 in Long Beach
SR 19 in Bellflower
SR 91 in Cerritos
I-5 in Buena Park
SR 39 in Buena Park
East endGilbert Street in Fullerton

Route descriptionEdit

Artesia Boulevard begins at the intersection with Pacific Coast Highway. West of this point, Artesia Boulevard becomes Gould Avenue and later 27th Street. The South Bay Galleria is located at the intersection with Hawthorne Boulevard. The westernmost segment of Artesia Boulevard passes through the cities of Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, Lawndale, Torrance, Gardena and Los Angeles. Artesia Boulevard breaks off briefly at Avalon Boulevard, and much of this portion of Artesia Boulevard parallels SR 91. After reuniting, the easternmost segment of Artesia Boulevard passes through Carson, Compton, Long Beach, Bellflower, Cerritos, and La Mirada. Artesia Boulevard then crosses the county line upon entering Buena Park and also enters the city Fullerton.

Artesia Boulevard terminates at Gilbert Street in Fullerton near the Fullerton Airport.

TransportationEdit

Artesia Boulevard is serviced by Metro Local line 130. A Metro Blue Line station is located near its intersection with Acacia Avenue in Compton.

The southern end of the Metro Silver Line, Harbor Gateway Transit Center, was formerly named Artesia Transit Center, based on nearby Artesia Boulevard.