The link below has a Los Angeles Times animation of how the shuttle transporter will work, particularly noting the three types of turning maneuvers, along with details of the route and the latest on viewing locations.The last viewing location is good because you can take the Expo line (light rail), to the USC stop and walk the last bit. Bikes are allowed on the trains."The final chance to see the shuttle will be along Bill Robertson Lane as it approaches the California Science Center in Exposition Park about 8:30 p.m. Los Angeles police said four parking lots between Bill Robertson Lane and Vermont Avenue would be available for public viewing but encouraged people to take the Metro and arrive early." - LA Timeshttp://lat.ms/RgrHyj
After rolling down Northside and Westchester parkways, the shuttle will come to a stop in a parking lot on La Tijera Parkway about 4 a.m., where it will wait about nine hours as crews widen its computerized transporters and work on power lines farther along the route.Large crowds are expected to turn out to see the shuttle at the spot, and Los Angeles police will have extra personnel on hand to guard the spacecraft.
Designated viewing areas for when Endeavour is traveling through Inglewood:http://www.cityofinglewood.org/pdfs/admin/endeavourfridayschedule.pdf
Saw a nice piece on Endeavour today via CNN and how it is going to be towed by a Toyota Tundra (can you say TV commercial? http://edition.cnn.com/video/#/video/topvideos/2012/10/10/pkg-zarrella-endeavour-excitement.cnn?eref=edition
This is ridiculous. Why are NASA TV not covering this? Opportunity missed! Lets watch a load of video files instead. Grrrrrrrrr.