This high-resolution satellite image, offered by Customaps, shows the Judge Harry Pregerson Interchange, a stack interchange in Los Angeles, California and which opened in 1993. It is named after Harry Pregerson, a longtime federal judge who ruled in the lawsuit involving the I-105 freeway's construction.
Shortly before the interchange was inaugured, filmmakers were granted privileged access to use it for the 1994 motion picture Speed. In one of the movie's best-known scenes, the bus jumps across an unfinished construction gap of an elevated freeway-to-freeway ramp still under construction. Since the fifth-level HOV (high-occupancy vehicle) flyover that the bus jumped accross had already been completed, the gap seen in the movie was added during the editing process through the use of computer-generated imagery.
Image © Mapbox, DigitalGloble, Inc.
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