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Interstate 2, also known as I-2 and most of the Del Perro Freeway is a freeway in Grand Theft Auto V that runs through Downtown Los Santos heading east. Its western terminus is at a merging off the Great Ocean Highway (Route 1) in Del Perro and goes east throughout the northern-central section of Los Santos before it later turns southwards and ends at the intersection of the Interstate 4/Route 15, where it continues as Route 20.

The highway never serves less than six lanes in total and is one of the largest highways in the Grand Theft Auto series by max lanes. The highway is eight lanes without lane merges at its greatest.


Location Destination
Del Perro road begin
road tunnel Del Perro Tunnel
Vespucci freeway exit North Rockford Drive (w/b exit; e/b entrance)
Rockford Hills freeway exit Palomino Avenue (e/b exit; e/b entrance)
Little Seoul freeway exit La Puerta Freeway
Textile City freeway exit Elgin Avenue; Los Santos Freeway North (e/b)
East Vinewood freeway exit Los Santos Freeway North (w/b)
East Los Santos freeway exit San Andreas Avenue (w/b)
freeway exit Olympic Freeway West, Palomino Freeway East; Elysian Fields Freeway
road end ; continues as the Elysian Fields Freeway



  • The Del Perro Freeway is loosely based on the real-life Interstate 10, also known as the Santa Monica Freeway in general routing.
  • Interstate 2 is also loosely based on US Route 101 as it runs through the northeastern corner of Downtown Los Angeles. The way the 4 overpasses for Interstate 2 in Downtown Los Santos are designed are similar to the overpasses found on US 101's routing in Downtown Los Angeles.
  • The northwest routing of Interstate 2's transitioning from the Elysian Fields Freeway between the Four Level Interchange and the intersection with the Los Santos Freeway (HD Universe) is reminiscent of the East Los Angeles Interchange. The overall area in East Los Santos comprising La Mesa, Textile City, and Mirror Park make up Boyle Heights in real life where the East Los Angeles Interchange is located. The complicated routing of these two intersections which Interstate 1, Intestate 2, Interstate 4, Route 15, and Route 20 all enter is similar to the restrictive routing of the many connector ramps between Interstate 5, Interstate 10, US 101, and California State Route 60.
  • It is possible that the routing was formerly signed as Rural Route 23 as a gantry on southbound Rural Route 1 states that the Del Perro Freeway is signed indeed as Rural Route 23[1], but this appears to be a developer oversight as Route 23 is not marked on any official maps like the other numbered routes.
  • The speed limit on Interstate 2 is 60 mph or 100 km/h.
  • Interstate 2 in real life exists as a freeway in southern Texas.


  1. The freeway gantry signage