Figueroa Street is a street in Los Angeles County extending more than 30 miles between the communities of Eagle Rock and Wilmington. Termini are at Pacific Coast Highway in Wilmington and west of Pasadena. An early routing of Figueroa Street near downtown Los Angeles was part of U.S. Highway 66, today a part of the Pasadena Freeway. The famed Figueroa Street Tunnels were once a part of that same stretch of roadway. The road passes through downtown Los Angeles. South of the Financial District, Figueroa Street services some popular locations including Staples Center arena, the Los Angeles Convention Center, and the University of Southern California. The only portion of Figueroa Street that lies outside Los Angeles city limits is in the city of Carson. It is named after general José Figueroa (1792–1835), governor of Alta California.
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