Contents 1 Area 2 People 3 Major employers 3.1 Port of Los Angeles 3.2 Aerospace 3.3 Oil refining 3.4 Automotive 4 Higher education 5 Media 6 Music 7 Communities in the South Bay 8 See also 9 References 10 External links


Area[edit] The map at right uses the broadest definition of the region, including all communities south of Interstate 105 and Long Beach, with the exception of Compton, which is generally considered part of the South LA region. The South Bay includes:[2] The Beach Cities El Segundo Manhattan Beach Hermosa Beach Redondo Beach Torrance The Palos Verdes Peninsula Palos Verdes Estates Rolling Hills Rolling Hills Estates Rancho Palos Verdes The southernmost neighborhoods of the City of Los Angeles Harbor City Harbor Gateway San Pedro Wilmington Inland cities of the South Bay Inglewood Hawthorne Gardena Lawndale Lomita Carson And unincorporated areas of L.A. County including: Lennox Del Aire And other small unincorporated "county strip" areas of Los Angeles County. The region is bordered on the north by LAX, on the northeast by the South Los Angeles region, on the east by the Gateway Cities, and on the southeast by Long Beach. The Harbor (I-110), San Diego (I-405), Gardena (SR 91), and Century (I-105) Freeways provide the region with its principal transportation links. The Los Angeles MTA's Blue Line (opened in 1990) is a light rail line running between Downtown Los Angeles and Downtown Long Beach. It is the first of the MTA's modern rail lines since the 1961 demise of the Pacific Electric Railway's Red Car system. The Green Line (opened in 1995, together with the Glenn Anderson Freeway), a freeway-median light rail line, also serves the South Bay. It runs between Redondo Beach and Norwalk in the median of the Century Freeway (Interstate 105), providing indirect access to Los Angeles International Airport via a shuttle bus and future automated people mover. Several ports and harbors in the South Bay provide access to Santa Catalina Island, a popular resort. In addition, Los Angeles International Airport borders El Segundo to the north in the neighborhood of Westchester, Los Angeles. Note that in San Diego, "South Bay" refers to the South Bay of the San Diego Area. This area includes cities such as Chula Vista and National City. In Northern California, "South Bay" refers to the South Bay of the San Francisco Bay Area.


People[edit] The South Bay is one of the most culturally, economically, and ethnically diverse areas in the United States, with a largely even distribution of the population across African, Asian/Pacific Islander, European, Arabic, and Latino ancestry. However, the racial and economic makeup varies widely across the region. El Segundo, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach and Torrance have a mixture of middle-to-upper class residents, of which are mostly White American and Asian American. The Palos Verdes Peninsula and Manhattan Beach are two of the wealthiest communities in the United States, with some of the most expensive real estate in the United States.[3] The city of Carson has large populations of Filipino Americans and African Americans. Hawthorne, Inglewood, Gardena and Lawndale are diverse communities with pluralities of blacks, Latinos and even White Americans. Gardena is home to one of America's oldest Japanese communities. In addition, San Pedro has a large community of Italian and Croatian immigrants.


Major employers[edit] Port of Los Angeles[edit] The Port of Los Angeles, sprawling across the shorelines of San Pedro and Wilmington, is the busiest in the United States. When combined with the Port of Long Beach, it is the fifth-busiest in the world. Traditionally, most of the populations of Wilmington and San Pedro have worked for the port in some capacity. It is increasingly the primary driver of the Southern California economy: industrial growth in the Inland Empire is almost entirely attributable to increased port traffic since the 1980s. Unfortunately, the massive increase in cargo volume has created significant air pollution (especially of particulate matter resulting from the combustion of low-grade marine diesel fuel) in neighboring communities. Aerospace[edit] The South Bay is the traditional home of Southern California's aerospace industry. While considerably shrunken from its Cold War peak, it still represents a major economic force, employing thousands in high-skill, high-wage engineering positions and generating enormous amounts of tax revenue. Northrop Grumman has a major facility in El Segundo where the F/A-18 Hornet fuselage is manufactured, as well as the headquarters of the Space Technology division in Redondo Beach and a facility at the Hawthorne Municipal Airport. Alcoa Fastening Systems, a subsidiary of Alcoa Inc. which produces aerospace fasteners, has their corporate headquarters located in Torrance with manufacturing facilities in both Torrance and Carson. Boeing and Lockheed Martin also maintain extensive production facilities throughout the South Bay, and Raytheon's Space and Airborne Systems business unit is based in El Segundo. The Los Angeles Air Force Base, in El Segundo, is the locus of much of this aerospace research activity, as it is the primary development facility for military satellites and other space programs. DirecTV, a former subsidiary of Hughes Aircraft, is also headquartered in El Segundo for this reason. SpaceX also headquartered in the South Bay, is located in Hawthorne. Oil refining[edit] View of the Palos Verdes Peninsula. Los Angeles in the distance. Petroleum refining is another important component of the South Bay's economy. Major South Bay refiners include Tesoro (ARCO facility in Carson), Chevron (El Segundo), Phillips 66 (Wilmington), PBF Energy (Torrance), Tesoro (Wilmington), and Valero (Wilmington). These refiners supply the lion's share of petroleum products for Southern California, as well as for Nevada and Arizona. As the Los Angeles region's oil fields are mostly exhausted, most of the crude oil that feeds the refineries is brought in from terminals at the port.[citation needed] Local politicians and activists have long denounced the refineries for the amount of air pollution they generate, but in recent years these protests have been muted as the Port of Los Angeles has become the region's dominant polluter.[citation needed] The controversial practice of residue flaring returned to the forefront during the September 12, 2005 Los Angeles Department of Water and Power outage; facing dangerous pressure buildups, refinery operators in Wilmington were forced to flare, resulting in dangerously bad air quality throughout the southeastern South Bay.[citation needed] The incident has renewed calls for restrictions on flaring in non-emergency situations.[citation needed] Automotive[edit] Japanese automobile manufacturers Toyota and Honda maintain their North American headquarters in the South Bay, in the city of Torrance. (Nissan was also headquartered in the South Bay until late 2005. The company then relocated to Tennessee, citing the high cost of running a business in California.) While these locations are largely the legacy of the region's historical importance as a Japanese-American population center, it has proven fortuitous for two reasons: first, it enables closer oversight of vehicle import operations at the nearby ports; and second, it gives them proximity to the automobile customization culture that is prominent in nearby South Los Angeles. Tesla is stationed near the headquarters of SpaceX in Hawthorne


Higher education[edit] California State University, Dominguez Hills El Camino College Los Angeles Harbor College Marymount California University Southern California Regional Occupational Center Westwood College ITT Tech


Media[edit] In addition to the Los Angeles Times, the South Bay cities are served by their own daily paper, the Daily Breeze, the weeklies The Beach Reporter and The Easy Reader, and a bi-monthly community paper South Bay Community News.


Music[edit] The South Bay has a rich history in music, and has produced a number of significant rock bands, like Hawthorne natives The Beach Boys in the early 1960s, and continuing particularly in punk music. Other notable South Bay-based artists include: 98 Mute (Hermosa Beach) Ab-Soul (Carson) Tyra Banks (Inglewood) Big Syke (Inglewood) Black Flag (Hermosa Beach) Brandy (Carson) Cali Swag District (Inglewood) Circle Jerks (Hermosa Beach) Descendents (Manhattan Beach) James Newton Howard (Torrance) Ras Kass (Carson) KeyKool (Torrance) Kurupt (Hawthorne) Left Alone (Wilmington) Mack 10 (Inglewood) Joyce Manor (Torrance) Miguel (San Pedro) Minutemen (San Pedro) Pennywise (Hermosa Beach) Ray-J (Carson) Redd Kross (Hawthorne) Rotting Out (San Pedro) Seahaven (Torrance) Shade Sheist (Inglewood) Skeme (Inglewood) The Thirsty Crows (Redondo Beach) Tokimonsta (Torrance) Tyler The Creator (Hawthorne) Black Flag guitarist Greg Ginn's SST record label, a seminal alternative rock label of the 1980s, maintained its headquarters in Lawndale.


Communities in the South Bay[edit] See also: Harbor Area Inland cities Inglewood Carson Gardena Hawthorne Lawndale Lomita Cities on Santa Monica Bay Manhattan Beach El Porto, Manhattan Beach, California El Segundo Redondo Beach Torrance Hermosa Beach Cities on The Palos Verdes Peninsula Rolling Hills Rolling Hills Estates Palos Verdes Estates Rancho Palos Verdes Unincorporated Los Angeles County communities El Camino Village Del Aire West Carson, California Westfield and Academy Hill[4] Rancho Dominguez, et al. / Birthplace of the South Bay Neighborhoods of the City of Los Angeles Harbor City Harbor Gateway Wilmington San Pedro Terminal Island


See also[edit] Greater Los Angeles portal South Bay (Bay Area) Juan Maria Sepulveda, former owner of this area


References[edit] ^ Southbaycities.org ^ Choose LA County ^ "The Most Expensive Zip Codes". Forbes. Archived from the original on January 24, 2007. Retrieved 2006-10-03.  ^ The Westfield Neighborhood


External links[edit] Wikivoyage has a travel guide for South Bay. Wikimedia Commons has media related to South Bay. 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