|U.S. Route 20|
Elysian Fields Freeway
Part of the San Andreas Highway System
|West end:||Interstate 5 at the Port of Los Santos|
|Major junctions:||Route 17 and Route 18 in East Los Santos|
|East end:||Interstate 2 and Interstate 4/Route 15 in East Los Santos|
The Elysian Fields Freeway is an east-west highway in southern Los Santos that serves as a freeway bypass of Route 22 through the Port of Los Santos. It carries the The Gerald Desmond Bridge and is a major connector between East Los Santos and Los Santos International Airport.
From the west, The four-lane elevated freeway continues from the La Puerta Freeway at an off-ramp into the Port. As soon as it touches ground after the Desmond Bridge, it hooks north along the Murrieta Oil Field, and crosses El Ranho Boulevard at the intersection of routes 17 and 18. It becomes a proper freeway at this point (widening up to six or eight lanes) as it reaches the the intersection of the Interstate 4/Route 15. From there it continues as the Del Perro Freeway (Interstate 2).
- In Greek mythology, the Elysian Fields were the section of the underworld in which the heroic dead would reside.
- The Elysian Fields Freeway is a reference to the Elysian Fields Development Company which is featured promninently in the story of L.A. Noire, another video game released by Rockstar.
- Also, being a freeway, it may reference Elysian Fields Development's involvement in a scheme to defraud the government by overvaluing property that would be bought up for freeway contruction.
- Its name could also be a reference to Elysian Park, located near Downtown Los Angeles.