Illustrator Map Los Angeles California US

Los Angeles, California, is a sprawling metropolis with a complex network of waterways, bridges, and main streets. Here’s a brief description of some of the principal waterways, bridges, and main streets in and around Los Angeles:


  1. Los Angeles River:
    • The Los Angeles River flows through the city and has played a significant role in its history. Parts of the river have been channelized, but efforts are ongoing to revitalize and restore its natural features.
  2. Pacific Ocean:
    • To the west of Los Angeles lies the Pacific Ocean, providing a vast coastline that includes popular beaches such as Santa Monica and Venice Beach.


  1. Vincent Thomas Bridge:
    • Connecting San Pedro and Terminal Island, the Vincent Thomas Bridge is an iconic suspension bridge that offers stunning views of the Port of Los Angeles.
  2. Sixth Street Viaduct:
    • Spanning the Los Angeles River, the Sixth Street Viaduct is an important historic bridge that has been featured in numerous films and commercials. It is currently undergoing a replacement project.

Main Streets:

  1. Sunset Boulevard:
    • A world-famous street that stretches from downtown Los Angeles to the Pacific Coast Highway, Sunset Boulevard is known for its cultural significance, entertainment industry landmarks, and vibrant nightlife.
  2. Wilshire Boulevard:
    • One of the principal east-west arterial roads in Los Angeles, Wilshire Boulevard is lined with businesses, museums, and luxury residences. The stretch known as the Miracle Mile is particularly notable.
  3. Santa Monica Boulevard:
    • Running from Silver Lake to the Pacific Ocean, Santa Monica Boulevard is a major east-west thoroughfare passing through West Hollywood and connecting several neighborhoods.
  4. Rodeo Drive:
    • Located in Beverly Hills, Rodeo Drive is synonymous with luxury shopping, featuring high-end boutiques and designer stores.
  5. Broadway:
    • In downtown Los Angeles, Broadway is known for its historic theaters and is a significant cultural and entertainment hub.
  6. Melrose Avenue:
    • Famous for its trendy boutiques, vintage shops, and eclectic atmosphere, Melrose Avenue is a popular destination for shopping and dining.

These are just a few examples, and Los Angeles has an extensive network of streets, highways, and bridges that make up its intricate transportation system. The city’s landscape is ever-evolving, with ongoing infrastructure projects and urban development shaping the character of its waterways and roadways.

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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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