?Everything You Ever Wanted To Know AboutNumbered Highways in California*?
Welcome to the California Highways Site. From this page, you can access avariety of information related to California highways and California highwayhistory that I have collected over the years. I welcome comments andcorrections to this information; you may reach me by sending Email to email@example.com.
This site should answer most of your questions. However, there still may bea few questions that aren't covered by the areas in the site. If you questionremains unanswered after reviewing the site, please check the Other Frequently Asked Questions, and if that doesn't work,please send me email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Anothergood source to getting questions answered is Caltrans itself (and you mustuse the Caltrans contact if the question relates to potential legal issues).
Note: The California Highways Site isnot affilated with or sponsored by Caltrans, the California Departmentof Transportation, although I truely appreciate the support that Caltrans staffhave provided me in doing research, and the kind words they have sent meregarding the information on this site. If you have questions concerningoperation of the state highways, or that are of a legal or regulatory nature,please contact Caltrans directly at http://www.dot.ca.gov/. I'll be glad toanswer any question I can, but this is a hobbyist site. If you are looking forthe current status of a particular state route, try the Caltrans Highway Status page. TheCalifornia Highway Patrol also maintains aTraffic Incident Page. If you have amaintenance problem to report, use the Caltrans Maintenance ReportForm.
Other information about California State Highways:
These pages provide information on the state's County Sign Routesystems. These are the routes on the blue pentagon signs with numberssuch as N4 or J7.
|Current California Highway-RelatedLegislation that I find of interest, and to the recommended reading lists.|
Additionally, the following sites are part of the cahighways.org family.Although not maintained by the cahighways.org webmaster, they all dealspecifically with California and its highway system:
|aaroads.cahighways.org.Formerly limited to just San Diego, Andy Field and the crew at AARoadshave expanded to cover all of California.|
|santa-clarita.cahighways.org.Mike Ballard's "Historical Highways of Central and Southern California"pages. This includes information on US 6 and US 99, as well asinformation on unbuilt freeways, maps, East Los Angeles interchanges,and much, much more.|
|ushighways.cahighways.org.Casey Cooper's "Historic US Highways of California". The historic UShighways of California have the same magic that Route 66 has, althoughmuch of theirs is still waiting to be rediscovered. This site is arepository of information about the 18 US highways that once traversedCalifornia.|
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