1st Street, Los Angeles

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1st Street is an east-west thoroughfare in Los Angeles and East Los Angeles, California. It serves as a postal divider between north and south and is one of a few streets to run from West Los Angeles (across the Los Angeles River) to East Los Angeles. Though it serves as a major road east of downtown Los Angeles, it is a mostly residential street to the west.[1]

First Street bridge over the LA River

For over a mile between Hoover Street and Glendale Boulevard, 1st Street is synonymous with Beverly Boulevard.

Transportation[edit]

The Gold Line runs on east 1st Street between Alameda and Indiana Streets; it operates the Little Tokyo/Arts District, Pico/Aliso, Mariachi Plaza, Soto and Indiana stations. Metro Local line 14 runs through west First Street and Metro Local line 30 through East First Street.

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