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  1964 state highway renumbering (California) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
U.S. Route 399 became an extension (and relocation) of State Route 33 and a new State Route 119.
U.S. Route 466 became a relocation of State Route 41, a new State Route 46, a new State Route 58, and Interstate 15.
State Route 65 was relocated and extended north to replace part of U.S. Route 99E.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1964_state_highway_renumbering_(California)   (974 words)

 California State Route 82 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Route 82, referred to by local residents almost always as "El Camino," runs through a number of cities on the Peninsula, including Palo Alto, San Carlos, San Mateo, and Millbrae, and it is a central artery of the Peninsula communities through which it passes.
The Bayshore Highway to the east was later upgraded to a freeway and was originally built as "Bypass U.S. In 1964, U.S. Highway 101 was officially moved onto the Bayshore Freeway (now Route 101), and its former alignment on El Camino Real became Route 82.
State Route 72, Route 82's sister route in Southern California.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/California_State_Highway_82   (640 words)

 California State Route 140 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
State Route 140 is an east-west, two-lane highway in central California, 102 miles (164 km) in length.
It is quite dry in the summer due to California's Mediterranean climate, and the dry grass gives the landscape a golden color.
California live oaks and Ponderosa Pines intermingle with the blue oaks as it nears Mariposa.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/California_State_Route_140   (497 words)

 Governor James Rolph of California   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
California’s gold was an important factor in sustaining the federal finances and credit during the stress of the Civil War in the ‘60’s; and in spite of recession of annual yield in recent years, this commonwealth is still one of the leading states in production of the yellow metal.
California’s highway system, as now established, consists of a total of 6590 miles of which there are 4287 miles of primary roads and 2303 miles of secondary roads.
The highway commission is charged with the determination of the location and routing of roads, and in my judgment should stand squarely behind this movement to insure the completion of this bridge, serving one-quarter of the state’s population, resident to the San Francisco Bay area.
www.governor.ca.gov /govsite/govsgallery/h/documents/inaugural_27.html   (9215 words)

 California Highways (www.cahighways.org): Routes 81 through 88
On November 22, 1960, the California Highway Commission adopted an alignment for Route 84 that generally extends along Isabel Avenue from Vallecitos Road connecting to I-580 in the vicinity of Collier Canyon Road.
Caltrans documentation from 1994 indicates that the unconstructed portion is from Route 580 to Route 4, and from W of Livermore to Route 580, replacing the traversible highway.
It is a four-lane highway with paved shoulders and a median.
www.cahighways.org /081-088.html   (7506 words)

 Iowa Highway Ends
Inspired by sites cataloging the ends of state highways in other states, Dale Sanderson's US Highway Ends page, and AARoads.com's Interstate Ends, I decided to try and start my own.
Routes and historical endings for state highways are those that exist(ed) after the Great Decommissioning of 1980 and were in the 1981 route log, with a few exceptions.
It includes city highway history maps, history of Iowa's congressional districts, Iowa map quirks, and a project I've been working on for five years - a table and maps showing the reach of all television stations in Iowa.
www.angelfire.com /ia/jdmorrison/ends/iaends.html   (451 words)

 Clark's Travel Center on Historic Route 99, "Main Street of California"
Originally, it was called the Pacific Highway, the Golden Chain Route and the Highway of Three Nations, linking from Mexicali (Baja California), Mexico, through the States of California, Oregon, Washington, and ending in Vancouver (British Columbia), Canada.
As automobiles were being mass produced during the early 1920's, a definitive United States Highway system was needed for the promotion of commerce and tourism.
In California a route renumbering program (called the Collier Senate Bill No.64) was passed by the State legislature on September 20th, 1963.
www.clarkstravelcenter.com /history.html   (1051 words)

 El Camino Real/California State Highway 82   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
El Camino Real is Spanish for "The Royal Road" or "The King's Highway".
California State Highway 82 between southern San Jose and the southern outskirts of San Francisco is also known as El Camino Real.
This section of El Camino Real/California State Highway 82 forms a varied, interesting and pleasant alternative to US101 and I-280 between San Jose and San Francisco.
freespace.virgin.net /john.cletheroe/usa_can/ca/el_cam.htm   (349 words)

 The Missions Trail
By the time the last mission was built in 1823, the Golden State had grown from an untamed wilderness to a thriving agricultural frontier on the verge of American statehood.
The 21 missions that comprise California's historic mission trail are all located on or near Highway 101, which roughly traces El Camino Real (The Royal Road) named in honor of the Spanish monarchy which financed the expeditions into California in the quest for empire.
The annual Vintage Festival is the oldest in the state, and each year the blessing of the grapes is performed by a Franciscan priest in front of the mission.
www.parks.ca.gov /?page_id=22722   (2747 words)

 California Highways (www.cahighways.org): Routes 1 through 8
The portion of this segment from San Simeon to Carmel was added to the state highway system in 1919 as the first segment of LRN 56.
In 1968, a routing of Route 1 from Route 280 to Route 82 was transferred to Route 280.
The highway was originally envisioned in 1912 as "the most scenic and picturesque mountain road in the state", but the need for a road for fire-fighting was at least equally important.
www.cahighways.org /001-008.html   (15115 words)

 California Highways @ WestCoastRoads - Index
California decommissioned (eliminated) most of its U.S. routes in 1964: U.S. 399, and U.S. Other routes that were truncated or reduced in length include U.S. 101, and U.S. Only U.S. 97, and U.S. 199 were left alone.
California 49, the Gold Country Highway, is so numbered because gold was discovered in the Sierra Nevada Mountain foothills in 1848, with a plethora of treasure seekers traversing the foothills in the Gold Rush of 1849.
California 110 - Pasadena Freeway (Arroyo Seco Parkway)
www.westcoastroads.com /california/index.html   (458 words)

 California Route 72
Route 72 is from Route 39 to Atlantic Boulevard near the City of Los Angeles, except as follows: (a) Route 72 shall cease to be a state highway when Route 90 freeway is completed from Route 5 to Route 39.
(b) Notwithstanding subdivision (a), any portion of Route 72 from Route 605 to Atlantic Boulevard shall cease to be a state highway when the County of Los Angeles, the City of Montebello, and the City of Pico Rivera complete the reconstruction of their respective portions of Whittier Boulevard approximately between these two limits.
Wedged between the San Gabriel River and Route 605 on Route 72 is the Pio Pico State Historic Park, named after the last governor of Mexican California.
www.geocities.com /bennyp81/ca72.html   (317 words)

 California Road Map Travel Guide: State #1 California Pacific Coast Highway
This coastal highway winds along some of the most spectacular ocean views in the U.S. The highway contains countless examples of the many intrinsic qualities that make a highway a National Scenic Byway--qualities like perfect views of ocean waves breaking on rocky shorelines and cliffs, dozens of historical landmarks like Spanish Missions and Spanish settlements.
Manchester State Park consists of a beach, sand dunes, and flat grasslands that surround the town of Manchester.
Westport Union-Landing State Beach covers over 3 miles of rugged and scenic coastline, with 100 campsites on the bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
milebymile.com /main/United_States/California/State_1_5/...   (2029 words)

 2004 Traffic Volumes on the California State Highway System
The files containing traffic volumes (also known as counts) on California state highways are available for downloading.
Traffic Counting is generally performed by electronic counting instruments moved from location throughout the State in a program of continuous traffic count sampling.
Included is an estimate of the "peak hour" traffic at all points on the state highway system.
www.dot.ca.gov /hq/traffops/saferesr/trafdata/2004all.htm   (615 words)

 CALROG.COM: Pictures of Highway Shields   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
(For example, there is both an Interstate 380 in the states of California and Pennsylvania.) When a hyperlink to this sort of 3DI is listed, it will be denoted by its state of origin.
Routes with the same number, but are non-contiguous from each another in the same state.
Each region of the world has unique sets of highway infrastructure, which are woven in ways to connect both municipalities and rural areas.
hwy-shields.calrog.com   (318 words)

 Delaware State Routes @ AARoads
There are 59 signed state highways within the state of Delaware.
In addition to the Interstate, U.S., and State highway system in Delaware, a fourth numbering system can be found when traveling upon Diamond State roadways.
However in rural portions of the state the reference numbers act as default road names.
www.aaroads.com /delaware/state_routes.htm   (297 words)

California State Highway 89 (Paxton to Canyon Dam)
Mount Shasta to Susanville - California State Highways 44 and 89 - Lassen and Shasta National Forests
Oroville to Susanville - California State Highways 70, 89, 147 and 38 - Lassen and Plumas National Forests
freespace.virgin.net /john.cletheroe/usa_can/ca   (456 words)

 Finding US 101
This historic road connected the 21 missions of California and served as the main north/south road in California until the 1920s.
North of San Francisco it is known as the "Redwood Highway," which is considered by many to be the most scenic road in California.
Much of this highway is still very windy and almost half is still at expressway status, with at-grade cross streets.
www.gbcnet.com /ushighways/US101/US101.html   (1271 words)

 California Route 237
Route 237 is from Route 82 in Mountain View to Route 680 in Milpitas.
From Route 82 to Route 101, it's called the "Mountain View-Alviso Road." From Route 101 to Route 880, it's called the "Southbay Freeway."
As you go around San Jose and to the south side of the San Francisco Bay, Paramount's Great America is on the way.
www.geocities.com /bennyp81/ca237.html   (91 words)

 Center for Transportation and the Environment (CTE) > WFT Gateway > Rockies Field Course > Classroom ...
The Handbook emphasizes an integrated, collaborative approach with Federal, state and local agencies and tribal governments and with the public to determine and prioritize the areas in a region which are most critical to sustaining important wildlife and aquatic resources and to focus mitigation efforts on these priority sites using a banking concept.
Trisha White is the Director of Defenders of Wildlife's Habitat & Highways Campaign at their national headquarters in Washington, D.C. The Habitat & Highways campaign seeks to reduce the impact of surface transportation infrastructure on wildlife and encourages state and local authorities to incorporate wildlife conservation into transportation and community planning.
Reconstruction of U. Highway 93 through the Flathead Indian Reservation involves a large number of diverse issues, including traditional and ecological concerns, impacts upon varied wetland and riparian habitats and development of mitigation plans that fit the Tribes' Wetland Conservation Plan directives, as well as the applicable federal statutes and regulatory processes.
itre.ncsu.edu /CTE/gateway/rockies_classroom.asp   (4806 words)

 California state information
Van Nuys, CA Pet Orphans of Southern California Pet Orphans Of Southern California, a humane organization the Los Angeles area, dedicated to pet rescue, dog and cat adoption, medical care and public education since 1973.
State Information - ClassBrain’s State Reports has state books, history and statistics, maps, photos, quick facts, state symbols, tourism resources, printable worksheets, puzzles, clip-art, study aids, and graphs of top commodities and exports for each of the fifty states.
California County Profiles - a compilation of selected economic, social, and demographic data for California and its 58 counties.
www.mypetnanny.info /US/california.htm   (8538 words)

 Folsom Lake SRA
Folsom Lake State Recreation Area is located in the Sierra-Nevada foothills about 25 miles east of Sacramento, can be reached via either Highway 50 or I-80.
The administrative offices are located at the base of Folsom Dam at the corner of Folsom-Auburn Road and Dam Road in Folsom, California.
The California Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR), in partnership with the U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Reclamation (BOR), recently began work on the Folsom Lake State Recreation Area General Plan and Resource Management Plan Update.
www.parks.ca.gov /default.asp?page_id=500   (879 words)

 Stanford's Wiggins (March 04, 2005)
The Cardinal (26-2) will be spectators for today's first round of the Pac-10 tournament at HP Pavilion in San Jose, just a few minutes down the road from Santa Clara on California State Highway 82.
Neither Cal nor Washington State is looking ahead to the next round.
3 Arizona State (20-8) and No. 6 UCLA (16-11) meet on Saturday at 11 a.m., followed by No. 2 Oregon (19-8) against either the Huskies or Oregon State.
www.paloaltoonline.com /weekly/morgue/2005/2005_03_04.pac10hoop.shtml   (1029 words)

 DPA - Telework - Main Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Arizona, California, Oregon, and Texas consortium – Telework Collaborative
The Telework Collaborative is a partnership composed of five government entities from five states.
Their collective energy is focused on educating and inspiring employers and managers to effectively and efficiently plan, implement, and manage telework as a win-win-win work opportunity for the employer, employee, and society.
www.dpa.ca.gov /telework/teleworkmain.shtm   (275 words)

 CA State Park Latitude/Longitude, Area, & GIS Maps - Caspar Headlands SB
The beach is two miles north of Russian Gulch on the coast access road (Point Cabrillo Drive.) From the north, it is one mile south of the turnoff at milepost 54.71 on Highway One.
The area maps are generated using Microsoft MapPoint.
Please refer to the park brochures and call the park office prior to visiting Caspar Headlands SB State Beach for specific location of park features, such as, Visitor Center, Campground, etc.
ohv.parks.ca.gov /lat_long_map/default.asp?lvl_id=82   (231 words)

 Caltrans - California Scenic Highways 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
www.dot.ca.gov /hq/LandArch/scenic/schwy1.html   (122 words)

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An experimental design was carried out during the Fall, 1996 in which 33 students in a Social Statistics course at California State University, Northridge were randomly divided into two groups, one taught in a traditional classroom and the other taught virtually on the World Wide Web.
Sample: Student enrollment at California State University, Northridge, Sociology 364, for the Fall of 1996, was increased from the traditional 25 to 40 students to accommodate this experiment.
On the first day of class 34 of the pre-enrolled students and three new students attended this once a week Saturday class.
www.csun.edu /sociology/virexp.htm   (1501 words)

 Towns and Cities along California Highway: State 82,   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
We hope you enjoy these California highway photos.
Many of our highway guides are created by local businesses in exchange for promoting their business and highlighting the tourism opportunities in their area.
Those interested in our highway guide program may follow links on the main milebymile.com page.
www.milebymile.com /main/highway_services_622.html   (311 words)

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