Transportation information for Los Angeles is provided below. Travel information includes driving directions, maps, airport information and more.
The Los Angeles area's main airport is Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). One of the major U.S. hubs, LAX is located on the coast and has hundreds of flights arriving and departing daily. For visitors to the northern part of the L.A. area, a better option might be the Burbake-Glendale-Pasadena Airport.
- 9 miles SW from Los Angeles
- 1 miles E from Los Angeles
- 4 miles NW from Lancaster
- 1 miles N from El Monte
- 1 miles E from Hawthorne
- 3 miles NW from Van Nuys
Los Angeles is located in southwest California, about 60 miles north of San Diego. I-5 runs through the city from north to south, and I-10 and I-15 arrive from the east. I-405 marks the west and southern edges of our L.A. coverage (see Coastal L.A. and Anaheim/Orange for more coverage); contained within it are Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Glendale, Burbank, Pasadena, Inglewood, and Los Angeles proper.