Boyle Heights named after Andrew Boyle is located just east of Downtown Los Angeles and is bordered by East Los Angeles County on the south and east; the Los Angeles River and the Central City North and Northeast Los Angeles Community Planning Districts to the west and north, respectively. Boyle Heights is one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods and has served as the initial home of successive waves of new Angelinos including Jewish, Japanese and Latino residents. The 2000 census reported the Boyle Heights resident population to be more than 87,426 persons. The East Los Angeles Interchange is located in Boyle Heights on the Eastern bank of the the Los Angeles River, allowing access to the Golden State I-5, Hollywood U.S. 101, Pomona CA-60, San Bernardino I-10, and Santa Monica I-10 freeways.