City Plan Orange County California US

Orange County, California has a vast network of streets and roads. Some of the principal streets and highways in the county include:

  1. Interstate 5 (I-5): A major north-south freeway that runs through the western part of Orange County.
  2. Interstate 405 (I-405): A major north-south freeway that runs through the heart of Orange County, passing through cities like Irvine and Santa Ana.
  3. State Route 22 (SR-22): Also known as the Garden Grove Freeway, it connects the coastal areas of Orange County with the inland regions.
  4. State Route 55 (SR-55): A north-south highway that provides access to cities like Anaheim and Santa Ana.
  5. State Route 57 (SR-57): A north-south highway that runs through the eastern part of Orange County.
  6. State Route 91 (SR-91): Also known as the Riverside Freeway, it connects Orange County to the Inland Empire and Riverside County.
  7. Pacific Coast Highway (PCH or SR-1): A scenic north-south highway that runs along the coast and provides access to beach cities like Huntington Beach, Newport Beach, and Laguna Beach.
  8. Beach Boulevard: A major north-south road that runs through several cities, including Buena Park, Anaheim, and Huntington Beach.
  9. Chapman Avenue: A well-traveled east-west road that passes through cities like Orange and Fullerton.
  10. Katella Avenue: An east-west road that is particularly important in Anaheim, home to Disneyland and the Honda Center.
  11. Harbor Boulevard: A prominent north-south road in Anaheim and Garden Grove, known for its many hotels and attractions.
  12. Jamboree Road: A major road that runs through Irvine and provides access to various business parks and residential areas.
  13. El Toro Road: An east-west road running through cities like Lake Forest, Laguna Hills, and Mission Viejo.
  14. Newport Boulevard: A key road in Newport Beach, connecting the coast to the inland areas.
  15. La Palma Avenue: An east-west road that passes through cities like Anaheim and Buena Park.

These are just a few of the principal streets and highways in Orange County, and the county has an extensive road network to accommodate its large population and vibrant communities. The county is well-connected, making it relatively easy to navigate and access various attractions and destinations.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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