Crenshaw Blvd/I-105 is in the median of I-105 which is elevated at the station's location. The station has an island platform directly over Crenshaw Blvd's overpass. The station is basically symmetrical. Starting with the middle of the platform there are two canopies that are split with a small canopy in their middles, first there is a wide staircase and than an elevator in red elevator shaft at each extreme end of the platform with a small canopy over the elevators. Each elevator and staircase meet in identical fare control areas on each side of Crenshaw Blvd. There are turnstiles and the white fences on each side of the stairs/elevator (they are connected within LA's non-existant fare control). SW of the station is the stops large 1013 space park & ride lot.
Artwork: The walls of the underpass where the station's entrance are covered with a checkerboard of tiles mainly white with a variety of bright and a few dark tiles. These are all interspersed with quotations on what heritage means with 72 quotes. Along the platform are 72 of the most commonly spoken nationalities in L.A. Public Schools are embedded, these are all part of Crenshaw Stories by Buzz Spector
Photos 1-7 taken on 14 April, 2006, 8-34 on 18 March, 2010