Automobile accident on the Ramona Freeway (today, Interstate 10) in 1952.
Circa 1960 view, looking south, of the Harbor (110) Freeway in downtown Los Angeles.
Opening of the Long Beach (I-710) Freeway in 1959
1966 aerial photograph by Dick Whittington of the Harbor (110) Freeway’s interchange with Fifth Street in downtown Los Angeles.
Construction of the San Diego (405) Freeway, pictured here in 1957 between Wilshire and Venice boulevards, split Westside neighborhoods.
Automobiles travel on the newly completed Venice Freeway, better known today as the Santa Monica Freeway, on this day in 1959.
L.A.’s Famous Four-Level Freeway Interchange, ‘The Stack,’ Turns 58
The Four Level interchange, which binds together the 101 and 110 freeways near downtown, turned 58 years old yesterday. Explore archival images and learn more about the famous junction’s history with L.A. as Subject’s latest contribution to KCET.org.