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An August 1941 report issued by the Regional Planning Commission of LosAngeles County entitled "" proposed a four-lane roadway on eachlevee from Anaheim Street in Long Beach north to Sepulveda Boulevard in the SanFernando Valley; excepting between Soto Street and Dayton Street in downtownLos Angeles, where, due to a lack of right-of-way along the river, thealignment matches the future alignment of the US portion of the Santa AnaFreeway. There is no mention in the report of a master plan of freeways likethat issued in 1947, although the maps showed connections to thealready-completed Arroyo Seco Parkway and the proposed Ramona and Rio HondoParkways.

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