Location & Transportation
Inglewood, California has a land area of 9.2 square miles and is located at the heart of Los Angeles County - 12 miles southwest of downtown Los Angeles, 7 miles east of the Pacific Ocean, 430 miles south of San Francisco and 118 miles north of San Diego. The city is easily accessible and within minutes from four major Interstate Freeways: I-110 to the east, I-405 to the west, I-105 to the south and I-10 to the north.
Inglewood is committed to maintaining high quality transportation opportunities for both visitors and residents, including the Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Santa Fe rail system, the Metro Green Line between the city and surrounding communities, the Green Line shuttle system that moves passengers efficiently to in-town locations, the Metropolitan Transit Authority bus system, the Inglewood Trolley for free in-town transport, the Inglewood para-transit for the elderly and handicapped and the free Mobile Assistance Program (provided by Partners for Progress) for motorists in need within city boundaries. Access to Los Angeles World Airport (two miles from Inglewood), Long Beach and Los Angeles Harbors (less than 30 minutes from the city), provides air and waterway transportation sources.
Freeway trailblazer signs, directional signage and enhanced street lighting provided by Inglewood Partners for Progress, assist visitors, locate the major venues in the city and provide clear direction for entering and exiting the city from all major transportation systems.
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