- December 1998. Fixed more moving links. Added more information
on proposed and former routings in the Sacramento area, based on a 1969 Chevron
map. Route affected: I-5, Route 16, Business Route 40, Route 65, Route 70, Route 99, Route 143, Route 244, Route 275, and I-305. Also added information based on a road
trip to Phoenix; this included changes to Route 86 (adding some observations on
Route 86S) and I-10 Business Loops. Made other changes based on corrections
from Gary Araki; this involved changes to I-5, Route 13, Pre-1964 Route 26,
I-80, Route 198, Route 299, I-880. Additional specifics on old US 66.
- November 1998. Minor corrections to Route 207 and Route 213.
Updated historical information on Route 71 and related routes (Route 79, Route 371, US 395, LRN 277, I-15, Riverside County Route R3). Minor updates on Route 206.
Additional historical information on Route 42, Route 86, Route 90, and US 101.
Additional information added on the "freeway in the ocean" portion of Route 1,
and early plans for I-480. Updated carpool lane information on I-405. Updated
status on Route 241. Put route changes into chronology. Remembered that San
Bernardino is a county, and put it back in the list of counties. Removed the
information about the closure on County Route N9; the route is now open. Added a
link/plug for Orange Empire Railway Museum
to Route 74. Added more links for Illinois.
- October 1998. Added historical route information to US 101 and
US 40. Added additional history to Route 17, former I-305, and former Route 480
(Embarcadero Freeway). Added new names to Route 12, I-80, US 101, Route 113,
Route 166, and Route 880. Minor status updates to Route 30, Route 35, Route 57,
Route 85, and Route 210. Minor changes to Route 14, Route 118, LRN 157, and
Route 273. Added information on the new signage of Alternate US 50. Added
information on suffixed routes to I-5, I-15, and some US highways. Added new
links for Connecticut, North Dakota, and Vermont Highways. Fixed links for some
sites that have moved.
- August 1998. Various changes. Based on m.t.r postings, made
updates to Route 2, Route 14 (pre-1964), Route 26 (pre-1964), Route 30, Route 57, US 60, US 70, US 101, Route 109, Route 134, Route 130, Route 168, Route
fix), Route 273, and I-580 (typo fix). Updates to County Route J132, County Route S21, and County Route S17.
Fixed some links on the links page.
- July 1998. Minor changes, based on email input, to Route 101,
Route 271. Updated links.
- June 1998. Changed the front (index) page design to use signs
derived from Kurumi's
program. Minor changes to Route 99 and Route 110. Fixed a few links. Added
links for Missouri.
- May 1998. Added links to additional maps. Fixed broken links
on highway pages, the "other links" pages, and the maps pages. Added many
official highway names and structure names, including specifics of naming
legislation to state highway pages (thanks to Joe Rouse for providing the
information). Various minor typographic fixes.
- April 1998. Incorporated legislative route changes to Route 91. With respect to state highways: Made additional updates to I-15, I-215.
Added extensive history on the unbuilt portion of Route 14. Minor updates to
Route 109, Route 140, Route 145. Updated the Interregional Route information
for Route 65. Added information on Historic Route 99. Clarified the Blue Star
Highway designation for Route 254. Added information on naming for Route 1,
Route 5 (includes some fascinating history), Route 8, Route 10, Route 14, Route 15, Route 23, Route 26, Route 29, Route 41, Route 46, Route 49, Route 50, Route
Route 198, Route 199, Route 204, Route 237, and Route 405. Added national trail
information for Route 2, I-5, US 6, 1934 Route 7, I-8, Former Route 11, I-10,
Route 14, I-15, I-40, US 40, US 50, US 60, US 66/Route 66, US 70, US 80, US 99,
US 101, Route 110, Route 180, I-210, US 395
Added links for Christopher Sampang's Freeways of Metro Los Angeles
page, as well as pages for Indiana, Massachusetts, Missouri, North Carolina,
and Pennsylvania. Filled in the name of one of my sources.
Fixed an HTML error in the highway numbering page.
Note: I received a request to fix the spelling of "milage" in all
files. The American Heritage Dictionary lists "milage" as an accepted variant
of "mileage", so I decided not to make the change.
- March 1998. Added new informtion on I-5, I-15, Route 17, Route 37, Route 71, US 101, Route 134, and Route 251.
Updated links to various sites, including new links to information
on Indiana, a new California Highways site ("Golden State Freeway Page"), a new
Wisconsin site, and new URLs for Colorado, Minnesota, Nevada, Wyoming, and the
North American Route Numbering site.
- February 1998. Updated various links.
- January 1998. Added new information on some of the California
three-digit interstates in the San Francisco Bay area (i.e., I-280, I-580, and
Route 17/I-880) based on new information gleaned from Kurumi's pages.
Added additional links to the "Other Links" pages, including new
Alabama, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Massachusetts, and Minnesota pages. Added an
updated link to David Stanek's Texas page.
(thanks to Kurumi for the idea). Of course, this loses old-Last Modified
information, but "oh well".
Prior Year Changes:
Note: Changes before early 1996 were not specifically noted, although
this site, in various forms, dates back at least as far as 1986, when the first
postings of California Highway Lists were made to ca.driving.
© 1996-2012 Daniel P. Faigin.
by: Daniel P. Faigin <firstname.lastname@example.org>.