๐Ÿš™ Drive America’s Highways for 71 miles east along Interstate 10 from Santa Monica to San Bernardino, California ๐Ÿ›ฃ๏ธ

We start the video entering Interstate 10 at it’s western terminus (CA-1) in Santa Monica. Just after entering Los Angeles, we cross the interchange with Interstate 405 as we drive east towards Downtown and beyond. We enter downtown Los Angeles at the interchange with I-110/CA-110 (Arroyo Seco Pkwy) where we continue east along the south side of downtown.

At the interchange with Interstate 5, we briefly turn north in concurrence with I-5 north for about a mile or two before turning east again as I-10 splits back onto it’s own road. Soon, we reach east LA and the interchange with I-710 (lots of news at the time of this posting about I-710, google it).

Staying east on I-10, we enter the pass through Monterey Park and El Monte, where we cross Interstate 605, before reaching Covina and a road works project at the interchange with CA-57/CA-71. Entering the Inland Empire at Ontario, we cross CA-83 before meeting Interstate 15 at a stack exchange just past the Ontario International Airport.

Passing through Fontana, we soon reach San Bernardino and the interchange with Interstate 215 where we take the exit for I-215 north and end the video.

 

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