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How Bad is the Highland to 101 North On-Ramp?

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Photo by Alex Wichman

This on-ramp coming out of Hollywood has always given us the heebie jeebies: "Northbound Highland Ave. at the 101 on-ramp, Cahuenga Pass. This spot is notorious for crashes, and I've finally decided to start documenting them," explains Alex Wichman, an LAist Featured Photos contributor on Flickr who goes by the handel cinemafia. We also love to hate how people cross the solid white line before they're even close to the speed limit or what other cars are traveling.