December 2002. As the California Legislature has started a new session, I cleaned up the legislative monitoring page and started it for the 2002-2004 Legislative Session.
Did the usual process of link updates.
November 2002. Again, a month mostly focusing energies elsewhere, but I didn find a morning to squeeze a few updates in.
Added a Frequently Asked Questions page for those questions that don't quite fit in anywhere else. Did the usual link updates.
Captured the following legislative changes:
SCR 105. Caltrans Maintenance Worker Memorial Bridge (I-80). Chapter 161. 9/11/2002.
Incorporated a few items from the November 2002 CTC Agenda:
2.2c.(1). Environmental Matters. Approval of Project for Future Consideration of Funding - Route 120 in Stanislaus County. Construct expressway near Oakdale.
2.3a.(1) Recission of Freeway Adoption on Route 135 in Santa Barbara County from PM 10.0 to PM 13.2.
2.3a.(2). Route adoption of Route 4 in Calaveras County from PM R21.1 to PM R23.3 as a controlled access highway route.
2.3c.. Route relinquishment: Route 30 in the City of Upland, 08-SBD-30-PM 0.0/4.0.
2.3d. Route vacation: 01-HUM-101-PM 86.63/87.18 Route 101 in the City of Arcata.
2.5b.(1). Interim traffic improvements in LA, Alhambra, and South Pasadena, along the Route 710 routing.
2.5c.(3). Cypress Freeway Memorial Site (Route 880)
As for the December 2002 CTC agenda...
2.3a. Adoption of a freeway location for Route 120 in Stanislaus County from 0.1 mi W of Valley Home Road to 2.8 mi E of Lancaster Road 10-STA-120-PM 3.0/R13.3.
2.2c.(4). Approval of Project for Future Consideration of New Public Road Concation: Route 50 in El Dorado County - Construct new interchange near Shingle Springs.
2.3b. Approval of a New Public Road Connection to Route 50 near the Shingle Springs Rancheria at KP 18.1 (PM 11.4) in El Dorado County.
2.5a.. On I-5 in Stockton, from the Monte Diable On-Ramp to the Country Club Off Ramp: Add Auxiliary Lane.
October 2002. October was a quiet month, where I focused my energies on other projects and took a break from the highway pages. Most of these changes were put in at the end of the month.
Many routes had minor changes based on information posted on Usenet or uncovered from other sources. Routes pages modified include I-5, Route 7, Route 11, US 50, Route 86 (NAFTA Farm-To-Market Highway), Route 90, Route 93, Route 111, Route 125, Route 150, I-210, I-280, Route 480, Route 905. These updates included the usual set of link updates.
Based on the list of TCRP projects listed in the ballot text for Proposition 51 (no on 51, yes on secession!), which was actually a quote from Section 14556.40 of the California Government Code, I included references to all TCRP Projects that related to routes on the state highway system (in other words, I excluded local streets, rail corridors, and non-automotive forms of transit). This included updates to Route 1 (#46), Route 2 (#142), Route 4 (#16), I-5 (#41, #42, #43, #82, #88, #108), I-10 (#40, #58, #59, #61), Route 12 (#25, #157), I-15 (#60, #83), Route 22 (#70), Route 24 (#15), Route 41 (#95), Route 43 (#94), Route 46 (#113), Route 47 (#44), US 50 (#126, #134), Route 52 (#84), Route 56 (#85), Route 62 (#129), Route 65 (#114, #122), Route 71 (#50), I-80 (#25), Route 85 (#127), Route 91 (#62, #64), Route 94 (#77, #87), Route 98 (#148), Route 99 (#89, #90, #103, #104, #105, #135, #140), US 101 (#3, #5, #17, #22, #47, #48, #51, #143, #159), Route 125 (#87), Route 132 (#109, #110), Route 180 (#91, #93), I-205 (#107), Route 198 (#111), Route 215 (#57), Route 262 (#6), I-380/Southern Crossing (#11), I-405 (#39, #51), I-580 (#31), I-680 (#4, #25), I-805 (#82), I-880 (#8), and I-905 (#86).
Held discussions with Marc Wong, Webmaster for District 7. He is correcting the web pages to provide appropriate references and links to this site.
Entered information from the Draft 2002 Regional Transportation Improvement Program (FY 2002/2003-2007/2008). This included changes to the following routes: Route 1, Route 74, Route 98, Route 111, Route 126, Route 241, and I-605.
September 2002. For those of you using IE5 or better, or Netscape 7 or equivalent, you'll now see a website icon. Added some more annotations to books in the book lists for books that I either have or have rented from the library.
Updated information on Route 2, I-5, Pre-1934 State Sign Route 7, Route 14, US 50, Route 54, Route 56, Route 79, Route 91, Route 125, Route 281, Route 371, and I-405. Added some more Las Vegas sites, and a new book to the book list, at the recommendation of Don Hagstrom. Incorporated information into the Chronology from Statewide Transportation Planning in California: Past Experience and Lessons for the Future, a discussion paper by Jeff Brown of UCLA.
Added information on the Juan DeAnza Trail, including a new page summarizing the route, and additions to each component route's pages: Route 1, Route 4, I-5, I-8, I-10, I-15, Route 25, Route 60, Route 68, Route 74, Route 78, Route 79, I-80, Route 82, Route 85, Route 86, Route 98, US 101, Route 111, Route 130, Route 134, Route 156, I-215, Route 227, Route 237, Route 238, Route 246, I-280, Route 371, I-580, County Route G7, CR G14, County Route G17, County Route J2, County Route J4, County Route S2, County Route S3, County Route S22.
Added some information regarding recent bills that had been passed, and in general, updated the legislative information page:
Incorporated the following actions of interest from the July 2002 CTC Agenda:
Noted that a fair portion of the highway information on the site appears to have been excerpted by Caltrans District 7 into an interactive Highway Information Map that they had posted. Alas, they failed to give me any credit or point people to cahighways.org for more information. I've dropped them a note on this.
August 2002. Added an extensive recommended reading list, with affiliate links to Amazon and Rand McNalley. I welcome any annotations on the text selected, or recommendations for additional texts.
Did the usual round of link updates. In particular, moved my links on the History of Las Vegas from my home page to my history links page, in preparation for a home page remodeling and simplification.
Updated some status information on Route 51 and Route 52. Added some more information from the San Francisco Bay Crossings Study to Route 92, I-380. Added information on the naming of Route 118. Updated status information on I-880. Updated status information on Route 178 and Route 168, thanks to information from Edward Narry. Updated information on Route 180 and Route 198, thanks to information provided by Don Hagstrom. Added status inforamtion to Route 80, thanks to a posting by Joe Rouse.
Incorporated the following actions of interest from the August 2002 CTC Agenda:
2.1c.(1). TCRP Project #12.3. $1.100,000 for Phase 1, for Bay Area Transit Connectivity; complete studies of, and fund related improviements for, the I-580 Livermore Corridor; the Hercules Rail Station and related improvements, West Contra Costa County and Route 4 Corridors in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties I-580 Livermore Corridor.
2.2b.(1). Comments on Draft EIRs in Circulation: Route 50 in El Dorado County: Construct a new interchange near the city of Cameron Park.
2.2b.(2). Comments on Draft EIRs in Circulation: Route 99 in Sutter County: Widen to four lanes near Yuba City.
2.2c.(3). Final Negative EIR: Route 34 in Ventura County: Widen in the city of Camarillo.
2.3a. Route Adoption: Route 49 in Amador County (PM 6.9 to R11.0): Controlled Access Highway Route.
2.3c. Route Relinquishment: 06-Fre-168-KP R6.4/R14.8 Route 168 in the city of Clovis.
2.3d. Route Vacation: 09-Mno-182-PM 0.8/1.5. Route 182 in Mono County.
2.5b.(5). In Sonoma County, between Santa Rosa and Windsor. Environmental Studies for widening Route 101 from 4 to 6 lanes for HOV. Also in Sonoma County, between Rohnert Park and Petaluma. Environmental Studies for widening Route 101 from 4 to 6 lanes for HOV.
2.5f.(1). 05-SLO-1-65.4/66.5 Near San Simeon, at 1.6 mi N of Piedras Blancas Lighthouse Road. Highway 1 at this location is likely to be lost in the upcoming winter season due to ocean surf. Ocean surf has eroded a 20-foot high bluff to within 2 feet of the edge of pavement. This project will build an interim realignment as far away from the eroding bluff as possible with minimal environmental impacts. The realignment will further eliminate, for a few years at least, the need for annual placement of Rock Slope Protection, which is becoming an environmental concern.
05-SLO-1-64.1/64.7. Near San Simeon, at 0.3 mi N of Piedras Blancas Lighthouse Road. Highway 1 at this location is likely to be lost in the upcoming winter season due to ocean surf. Ocean surf has eroded a 25-foot high bluff to within 10 feet of the edge of pavement. This project will build an interim realignment as far away from the eroding bluff as possible with minimal environmental impacts. The realignment will further eliminate, for a few years at least, the need for annual placement of Rock Slope Protection, which is becoming an environmental concern.
Updated information on current legislation. Unfortuantely, a number of bills were subject to a common happening after the bill deadline: they were amended to eviscerate the original content, and had totally new content added. Thus, I found a few new bills, and had to delete some old ones. The following were the bills that were chaptered:
July 2002. Incorporated material obtained from a visit to the Caltrans Library (thanks to Shirleigh Brannon, History Librarian, for all her help). This includes the following material:
Updated information on the Harlan Miller Bridge on I-5.
Updated information on the routes funded by the first three state bond acts. This is captured in the Chronology.
Information on older routings of US 101 in San Francisco.
Added additional information on Route 480.
Updated information on the Planned freeways for the San Francisco Bay area. This included new map analysis, a few new maps, and a new part 2 looking at the entire Bay Area, as opposed to just the city.
Updated information on the Planned freeways for the Southern California area. In addition to updating the map discussion (and splitting it into three parts), this also included updates to the chronology and specific updates on the following routes: Route 47, Route 103, I-105, Route 170, LRN 156, LRN 160, LRN 172, LRN 221, LRN 222. This involved extensive additions and new maps.
Added more information to the Chronology, based on information found in One Hundred Years of Progress by Raymond Forsyth and Joseph Hagwood, published by the California Transportation Foundation.
Did the usual round of link updates and additions. Added more links to Jeff Stapleton's excellent Stapler's Highways. Added some additional links to the CalNexus Pages. Added more links to Joel Windmiller's pages. Did a link verification pass (checking over 1000 of them)! Alas, with the departure of Xoom/NBCi, many good sites have gone missing, including all of JPKirby's stuff.
Updated some more status on the demolished I-680/Route 238 connection, Route 84, Route 138, and Route 180. Updated some historical information on Route 24, Route 118, I-5, Route 164, and the Four Level Interchange of US 101 and Route 110. Added some updates to the Interstate History. Added some information on exit tabs, based on a posting by Joe Rouse. Added some information on the "Southern Crossing" to I-380. Added some information on the steepness of the grade on Route 108. Corrected some information on US 399.
Incorporated the following actions of interest from the July 2002 CTC Agenda:
Added information on the following recently passed legislation, and incorporated information on newly proposed legislation:
June 2002. Reviewed the California Legislature site for updates. Nothing new of real significance.
Incorporated the following actions of interest from the June 2002 CTC Agenda:
2.1c.(2). Project #16.2. Route 4; construct one or more phases of improvements to widen freeway to eight lanes from Railroad through Loveridge Road.
2.3a Route adoption of a highway location for Route 299 along Lake Boulevard in the City of Redding from Route 273 at Lake Boulevard to I-5. Route redesignation of Route 273 to Route 273/Route 299 from Route 299 at Market Street to Route 273 at Lake Boulevard. Route redesignation of Route 299 to Route 44 from Route 299 at Market Street to I-5.
2.3c. Relinquishment Resolutions:
2.5b.(1). STIP Project #7. Route 71 near City of Chino from San Bernardino County line to Santa Ana River: Widen to four lane expressway including two additional animal crossings.
2.5b.(5) STIP project to widen US 101 from Marsh Road to Ralston Ave Interchange in Belmont.
2.5d. Route 80. Widen from five to six lanes to extend HOV lane eastbound from the San Francisco/Oakland Bay Bridge Toll Plaza to Powell St.
2.5p. Route 680. Widen freeway to add HOV lanes from Walnut Creed to Martinez (N Main Street to Marina Vista).
May 2002. Added some information on numbering in National Forests. Did the usual round of link maintenance and addition. Added some updates on highway construction status for Route 210/Route 30 and Route 56, thanks to information posted by Don Hagstrom on m.t.r. Updated the status of Route 110 to note a recent, ahem, unauthorized sign modification. Updated information on the Truckee Bypass, specifically the interchange between Route 89 and Route 267. Added some clarifications regarding LRN 225 and its completion status. Added information on the history of Alamont Pass on I-580. Added information to I-5 on the illegal immegrant crossing sign (which is one of my more frequently asked questions). Updated the status of the I-680 bridge to nowhere. Updated the status of the gap closure of Route 4.
Reworked the Numbering page to include more information on Forest Routes and on the rationale behind California's signing standards. This involved a major restructuring of these pages.
Added a whole batch of information to the site, in response to information received as a result of cahighways.org being mentioned in a LA Times (you can search for the story, but now you have to pay for it. Email me if you need a copy) article. This included some corrections on I-5 (Ridge Route) and Route 110.
Incorporated the following actions of interest from the May 2002 CTC Agenda:
2.1b.(2). STIP Amendment 02S-002. Programs $25,198,000 from Stanislaus County's Unprogrammed Share Balance towards a $33,478,000 widening of Route 219, and reprograms $4,100,000 of existing RIP funding from FY 2001-02 to FY 2006-07 to partially fund construction of the Route 132 expressway.
2.1c.(5). TCRP Project #109. $12,000,000, All Phases, for Route 132; build four miles of new four-lane expressway in Modesto from Dakota Avenue to Route 99 and improve Route 99 Interchange in Stanislaus County.
2.2c.(1). Notice of Negative EIR Declaration for Route 49 in Amador County. Re: Consideration of future funding for construction of a two-lane expressway project (with intersections) to bypass the communities of Sutter Creek and Amador City (Amador Bypass).
2.2c.(2). Notice of Negative EIR Declaration for Route 215 in Riverside County. Consideration of future funding for construction of two HOV or two mixed-flow lanes between University Avenue and Day Street; construct a truck-bypass connector, bicycle lanes, auxiliary lanes, two direct connectors, and several interchanges; removal of ramps and interchanges; and structure widening, overcrossing reconstruction, connectors realignment, and ramp meter installation.
2.3c. Relinquishment Resolution: 04-SCl-85-PM R12.0 Route 85 in the city of Campbell.
April 2002. Updated some historical information on highways in Southern California that have missing links; specifically I-5, I-710, Route 118, Route 56, US 101, Route 170, and Route 134, based on an article in the Los Angeles Times. If other folks have missing connectors to report, please send me email.
Incorporated information from the wonderful stuff sent to me by
Scott Oglesby (thanks!), including the following:
[For those unfamiliar with my terminology, LRN stands for the pre-1964 Legislative Route Number, which typically was different than the Signed Route Number]
Information on miles constructed per bond act for the original 68 highways, based on a list of state highways as of December 31, 1924. This led to changes to the LRN portions for LRN 1 through LRN 68, as well as updates to the first two pages of the chronology. Doing this uncovered some discrepancies or unknown information related to the following LRNs (if you can clear any of these up, please let me know):
LRN 11. The 1924 table shown 46 miles added in 1909, 10 miles in 1919, and 48 miles by legislative act. However, it is unclear how this breaks down to actual route segments.
LRN 13. The 1924 table shows 82 mi authorized legislatively (the 1901 milage?), 49 mi authorized by the 1909 bond act, and no allocations later. However, my other information shows allocations in 1901, 1909, and 1919.
LRN 14. The 1924 tables shows this as going from Albany to Martinez. By 1963, this had been cut down to only the portion from Oakland to Richmond. When was it cut down? It appears the remainder of the route (probably originally US 40) was already LRN 7.
LRN 18. The 1924 tables show LRN 18 as being authorized for 39 miles in 1909, an additional 31 miles in 1915, and 5 miles legislatively, and running from Merced to LRN 40 (Route 120) near Sequoia. My other records, however, show LRN 18 as being defined to run from Merced to Yosemite National Park near El Portal via Mariposa, and having been entirely defined in 1909. So, there must have been an additional 36 miles that were allocated and either deleted or reassigned to a different highway after 1924.
LRN 19. The 1924 table shows LRN 19 being defined to run from LRN 9 (US 66) to Riverside for 18 miles in 1909. My records do show LRN 19 as being defined, at least the portion from US 60 (Route 215) to Route 91 (which really doesn't make sense); this is the old routing of Route 71 along Garey Avenue.
LRN 21. The 1924 highway list shows this route as going from LRN 3 (US 99) near Richvale to Quincy via the Feather River. The initial 7 miles were allocated in 1909, and the remaining 83 miles in 1919. My other list doesn't agree with this, showing it all being defined in 1909. Present day, this is portions of Route 162 and Route 70.
LRN 24. My original information showed LRN 24 being entirely defined (from Lodi to Route 89) in 1909. The 1924 table shows it having been defined in two parts: 37 miles in 1909, and an additional 52 miles legislatively before 1924.
LRNs 26, 27, 31, 32, and 33. These are skips in numbers in the 1909 bond issue. It is actually likely that they were defined, but deleted by 1924. Does anyone have any information?
LRN 29. The segment defined from Red Bluff to Susanville is shown as defined in 1935. However, my 1924 table shows the route definition as of 1924 including the segment, as a 107 mile segment being defined in 1909. One of these is in error.
LRN 30. The 1924 tables shows LRN 30 as going from Oroville to Quincy, but abandoned. This is likely the Oroville-Quincy highway. However, what I don't know is when it was abandoned, and when it (LRN 30) was redefined to be a portion of I-15, as shown on my 1963 map.
LRN 34. The 1924 highway list shows 34 miles of this route being defined in 1909, and the remainder (72 miles) being defined legislatively. Other information has it all being defined in 1919. This is in conflict.
LRN 35. The 1924 highway lists shows the 31 mile segment between Peanut and Kuntz having been defined legislatively before 1924. Other information shows this having been defined in 1933. It is unclear which is correct. This is part of current Route 36.
LRN 36. The 1924 highway lists shows the route from Downieville to Mt. Pleasant having been defined legislatively before 1924. Other information shows this having been defined in 1933. It is unclear which is correct. This is former Route 194.
LRN 43. 38 miles of this was defined legislatively, seemingly in 1917. I show 13 miles being defined in the 3rd bond act (1919), but my other list doesn't confirm that. It is part of present Route 18 and Route 38. Note that the original definition was from the end of the county pavement in San Bernardino to Bear Lake
LRN 53. One source I have shows this all being defined in 1919. Another source (the 1924 highway list) shows 21 miles being defined in 1919, and 34 miles being defined legislatively.
LRN 69. Although I show this as being constructed in 1923, it is not in the list of state highways authorized by 1924.
Information on the 1955 Trafficways plan. This resulted in updates to the pages on the history of San Francisco Freeways, including a new map. There were also updates to I-280, Route 1, Route 230, Route 82, and Route 87. Note that a number of routes on the Trafficways Plan don't appear to have legislative route numbers by 1963 (Southern Crossing, Crosstown Freeway, Mission Freeway), and some of the Trafficways routings don't agree with LRNs exactly (in particular, the Serra Freeway portion of Route 1, and the Southern Freeway portion of I-280 between present-day Route 82 and present-day US 101). However, I also note that the following LRNs, which were potentially added between 1951 and 1959, were gone by 1963: LRN 211, LRN 215, LRN 217, LRN 219, LRN 220, LRN 231, LRN 234, LRN 293, and LRN 294. Does anyone have information on these legislative routes: their routing, when they were created, and when they were deleted?
I-880 Widening Project Information.
Did the usual round of link updates. Added some information on exit numbering to Route 14 and Route 170. Added some information to the history of I-8. Added information on the upcoming purchase of the Route 91 toll lanes by OCTA, based on an article on 4/21/2002 in the Los Angeles Times. Added information about the Route 14/Route 58 interchange. Updated the status of Route 90.
Added information on the following recently passed legislation:
SCR 71: Route 74: California Wildland Firefighters Memorial Highway (between Lake Elsinore and San Juan Capistrano in the Counties of Riverside and Orange). To Enrollment. 3/21/2002.
ACR 111: Route 99: California Highway Patrol Officer James J. Schumacher, Jr., Memorial Highway. Chapter 32, 4/22/2002.
March 2002. Added some updates to Route 22 and Route 160. Added some new links. Updated the Interstate history based on information discovered and posted by Richard Moeur; in particular, added some information about suffixing on I-5. Added information on this history of I-105. Fixed some flags and links on the regional links page. Fixed a city name on the I-15 information. Added historical information on US 40 (on the Route 40 page, go to the 1928-1963 History section). Added some statistics on HOV lane use to some S.F. Bay Area pages. Added updated status information to Route 17, Route 262, and Route 237.
As more and more information about Cal-NExUS comes out (the exit numbering plan for California), added a new category of information for each highway: Exit Number information, shown with the graphic to the right. Added additional information from the Cal-NExUS Caltrans page. Added links to the Cal-NExUS pages, except for those highways for which numbers haven't been determined yet (Route 44, Route 57, Route 210, and Route 299; I also note that Route 30 shouldn't have numbers, Route 14 starts from the wrong number; and Route 710 is missing at least two exit numbers (Valley Blvd and the 134/210 interchange)).
Incorporated the following actions of interest from the April 2002 CTC Agenda:
2.1c.(1): TCRP Project #88. $600,000 for Phase 1; for Route 5; realign freeway at Virginia Avenue, approaching San Ysidro Port of Entry to Mexico.
2.1c.(2): TCRP Project #70.2. Route 22. Amended to designate the subproject as construction of the HOV widening and auxiliary lanes.
2.2a.(1): Notice of Preparation of EIR. Route 99, San Joaquin County, proposed widening of the highway from four to six lanes, and to replace all existing bridges in the project limits.
2.2c.(3): Final Negative Declaration or EIR. Approval of project for future consideration of funding: Route 10; Live Oak Canyon Interchange Project in the City of Yucaipa (TCRP #59).
2.3c: Relinquishment Resolution. 06-Fre-168-KP R14.8/R19.6. Route 168 in the County of Fresno.
2.3c: Relinquishment Resolution. 07-Ven-126-PM 13.5, Route 126 in the County of Ventura.
2.5b.(1). STIP Project #8. Route 56, in San Diego County, from Carmel Country Road Overcrossing to Carmel Mountain Road Overcrossing: Construct new four-lane freeway.
Updated the legislative status page.
February 2002. Added information on the Santa Clara County expressway system to the road types page. Did the usual link updates. Added information on the historical routings of Route 110 (actually in the Route 11 file, for that's what its number was then) and US 101. Updated the legislation of interest list. Updated information on Route 1, Route 27, Route 83, and Route 84.
Added information on the following recently passed legislation:
Incorporated the following actions of interest from the February 2002 CTC Agenda:
2.3c Three Relinquishment Resolutions:
04-SCL-237-PM R5.6/R5.8 Route 237 in the City of San Jose
10-MER-152-PM 11.3/11.7 Route 152 in the County of Merced
10-MER-152-PM 19.6/21.3 Route 152 in the City of Los Banos
2.5b(1). Projects #2 & 3. Route 210: In Rialto from Palmetto Ave to Spruce Ave: Construct new frontage roads (SBD PM R15.4/R17.8)
January 2002. Reworked my highway page generator and reviewed pages to do some cleanup. This included increasing, and hopefully improving, the table spacing, and changing the source to be more quasi-HTML-ish, so that I could work with it in HoTMetaL Pro, my HTML editor.
Added more material on the upcoming "Exit Numbering" in California. Updated status information on Route 198, Route 168, and Route 41 courtesy of Gary Araki. Added some naming information on I-10 ("Juan Bautista Auto Tour Route"). Updated some errors on I-15. Added some historical information to Route 83. Updated Legislative Information Page. Usual link updates.
Incorporated the following actions of interest from the December 2001 CTC Agenda:
2.5b(1). Project #2 and 3. Between Victorville and Barstow at Majave Drive to Route 58 junction. Add northbound and southbound mixed flow lanes.
Incorporated the following actions of interest from the January 2002 CTC Agenda:
2.1b.(3). STIP Amendment 00S-069. Programs $4,629,000 in FY 2001-02 for three new projects: an HOV lane extension on I-405, a freeway connector project on I-405, and a project to add on mixed flow and one HOV lane to Route 71, and convert the 4-lane expressway into 6-lane freeway.
2.2a.(2). Notice of Preparation of an EIR for Route 12 in Napa and Sonoma Counties: Conversion of the existing 2-lane Jameston Canyon Road into a 4-lane divided expressway.
2.3c. Relinquishment Resolutions:
07-LA-91-PM 2.0/PM 2.4. Route 91 in the City of Lawndale.
10-Mer-99-PM 28.2/R32.7. Route 99 in the County of Merced.
10-Tuo-108-PM R6.6/R9.7. Route 108 in the County of Tuolumne.
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