California State Route 107 is a north/south State Highway aligned on Hawthorne Boulevard in the Los Angeles Area. Legislatively California State Route 107 begins on Hawthorne Boulevard at the southern city limit of Lawndale and terminates at California State Route 1 in Torrance. California State Route 107 is still signed from Interstate 405 as evidenced by the cover photo of this blog. California State Route 107 began its existence as part of the original California State Route 7 and is generally considered to be one of the few child State Routes to have existed in California.
CA 107 was truncated via 1965 Legislative Chapter 1372 to a north terminus at Interstate 405 near Lawndale. Despite the legislative definition being updated on the 1966 Division of Highways map CA 107 appears still signed northward to Centinela Avenue.
CA 107 appears truncated to Lawndale on the 1967 Division of Highway Map.
2008 Assembly Bill 2326, Chapter 639 signed on September 30th authorized the relinquishment of CA 107 in the city of Torrance. To date the California Transportation Commission has not authorized the relinquishment of CA 107 in the city of Torrance.