|Location:||Southern California, USA|
|First episode:||"Day 1: 9:00am-10:00am"|
|Last episode:||"Day 6: 1:00pm-2:00pm"|
Interstate 110 was a short north-south freeway in the Los Angeles area in southern California. At it southernmost end, I-110 terminated in San Pedro near the Port of Los Angeles. To the north, the 110 crossed (in order) I-405, I-105, I-10, and U.S. Route 101, passing through Downtown Los Angeles and terminating near Pasadena. ("Day 2: 8:00am-9:00am")
As part of a contingency plan to aid his escape, the anarchist Zapata devised a scheme to bring traffic throughout Los Angeles to a standstill. After his failed assassination of Martin Webb, Zapata fled from the Staples Center on a motorcycle, heading north on I-110 with Jack Bauer in close pursuit. Zapata rode to a median strip on the freeway near the intersection with U.S. 101 and retrieved a rocket-propelled grenade launcher he had hidden earlier, using it to destroy a pursuing CTU helicopter. Bauer caught up moments later, ramming into his motorcycle and sending him into a barranca off the road. After a pursuit, Jack managed to corner Zapata and shot him in the head. (Chaos Theory)
During Day 6, Darren McCarthy drove under the 110 interchange and switched cars in an attempt to lose a pursuing CTU helicopter. Jack Bauer pursued him there, saw he had escaped, and continued the chase in his own vehicle. ("Day 6: 1:00pm-2:00pm")
Background information and notes Edit
- The 110 freeway was used for establishing shots in Day 1: 9:00am-10:00am, including the start of the episode and Carl Webb's building.