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Topic: California State Route 480


  
  California @ WestCoastRoads - Business Loop I-80 Sacramento
It is routed with Interstate 305 and U.S. 50 on western leg and California 51 on eastern leg.
California 480 ran from Interstate 80 at the Bay Bridge on the SF side to the Embacadero area.
California 99 shields were removed because there is a significant break in California 99 between its junction with Routes 50 and 51 at the Oak Park Interchange and where it junctions with Interstate 5 north of Sacramento.
www.westcoastroads.com /california/bl-080_ca.html   (3493 words)

  
 California Highways (www.cahighways.org): Routes 371 through 480
The portion from I-5 in Orange County to Route 710 was defined in 1951; the portion from Route 710 to Route 90 was defined in 1947; and the portion from Route 90 to I-5 in San Fernando was defined in 1933.
In 1991, the remainder of Route 480, from Route 280 near Harrison Street in San Francisco to the junction of Route 1, Funston approach, and the approach to the Golden Gate Bridge, was deleted per SB 181, Ch 498.
Route 480 was approved as chargeable interstate sometime pre-1965; it was deleted as a chargeable route in August 1965 (hence, its signage after that date with a state shield (Route 480), as opposed to an interstate shield).
www.cahighways.org /371-480.html   (8082 words)

  
 California Route 280
From Route 101 to Routes 880/17, it is called the "Sinclair Freeway", named after Joseph P. Sinclair, the District Engineer for the District 4 Division of Highways (now Caltrans) from 1952 to 1964.
From Routes 880/17 to Route 1 in Daly City, it is called the "Junipero Serra Freeway", named after the founder of the California missions that dot the state.
The entire portion of Route 280 within the City and County of San Francisco is called the "Southern Embarcadero Freeway", since it was to have connected with the original Embarcadero Freeway (Route 480) at its northern end.
www.geocities.com /bennyp81/ca280.html   (1046 words)

  
 RoadNotes - Guide to State Scenic Byways   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
This scenic route is in central Delaware and follows DE 15 from Milford to the junction with DE 896, north of Middletown.
This is a.55-mile route beginning at the junction with NY 22 and traveling east towards Cross River Reservoir and ending at the junction with Maple Street.
This 14-mile route is in west-central North Carolina and begins south of Salisbury at the junction of Sherrills Ford Road (NC 1526) and NC 150.
www.roadnotes.com /scenicdrives/3511book.htm   (15826 words)

  
 CALIFORNIA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The Secretary of State was directed to issue to each chauffeur a badge of aluminum or other suitable material to be worn by the chauffeur upon his clothing in a conspicuous place at all times when operating a motor vehicle upon the public highways.
In this present history of California motor vehicle legislation it is pertinent to point out that many of the new or revised regulations included in the California vehicle laws during the period 1926 to the Present date have been incorporated from the Uniform Vehicle Code.
California adopted a "point system" in 1957, although a law having the same effect, and referred to as the "negligent operator law," had been a part of the Vehicle Code for a number of years.
www.sandiego.edu /lrc/vehicle.html   (15550 words)

  
 Interstate Business Routes @ Interstate-Guide.com: Business Route 80
It was the State Freeway between California State Route 160 and the Interstate 80 / California State Route 244 junction.
Therefore, it is correct to state that Interstate 305 indeed exists between the Interstate 80/U.S. 50 interchange in West Sacramento and the State Route 99/U.S. 50/State Route 51 interchange near downtown Sacramento.
The Wadsworth routing is State Route 427, the western Fernley part is known as "Spur U.S. 50A," and the eastern Fernley section (after the U.S. 50A-95A junctions) is U.S. On Interstate 80, the western Fernley exit is signed U.S. 50A East, and the eastern Fernley exit sign shows U.S. 95A South.
www.interstate-guide.com /business-routes/bus80.html   (4442 words)

  
 Interstate 238 California @ Interstate-Guide.com
Interstate 238 was born in 1984 as a result of California State Assembly Bill 2741, which modified the route numbering for California 17 and Interstate 580 in the state highway system.
Two Interstate x80 designations are not in use currently: the 480 designation (former Embarcadero Freeway in downtown San Francisco), which has been removed from the state system, and the 180 designation, which refers to the long east-west state route through Fresno.
Since California does not duplicate its state routes, Interstate 180 is not available either, even though Interstate 180 briefly emerged in the mid-1980s as the designation for the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge (which is now part of Interstate 580).
www.interstate-guide.com /i-238_ca.html   (1698 words)

  
 Interstate 280
In 1965, this route became part of California's interstate system, and the Park Presidio route was withdrawn.
In October 1969, the city asked the state to stop work on the I-280/I-480 connection, over concerns that this would perpetuate the existence of a freeway the city wanted torn down.
The Caltrans mid-1980s "Route Concept Reports" projected a 2005 need for 14-16 lanes for I-280 between Route 85 and I-880; and for 14 lanes for I-880 from US 101 to Route 237.
www.kurumi.com /roads/3di/i280.html   (1831 words)

  
 Route 80   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Supercedes route 11 from route 680 to 1 mile east of Girard.
North Ridgeville to Streetsboro certified as route 480 in 1971.
Originally routed from Minerva to Welshfield along current route 183 from Minerva to Alliance, route 225 from Alliance to route 224, an unnumbered road from route 224 to route 14, route 14 from 4 miles east of Edinburg to Edinburg, an unnumbered road from Edinburg to Freedom, and route 700 from Freedom to Welshfield.
pages.prodigy.net /john.simpson/highways/080.html   (275 words)

  
 SEIU California State Council - Service Employees International Union - Demonstrations
- cross L Street, to the North Steps area of the State Capitol, march/walk around the State Capitol (map will be provided at the rally) to lawn area bordering N Steet and between 12th and 13th Streets (referred to as "Area 26").
There will be volunteer "monitors" during the rally, along the walk/march route, on the Capitol grounds, and inside the Capitol to help and assist people.
And it is critical that policy makers see the faces of people who will be impacted by the proposed cuts and suspension of the civil rights act for people with developmental disabilities.
www.seiucal.org /demonstrations.html   (615 words)

  
 California State Library - Directions to the CSL   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
State Highway 160: Traveling South on Highway 160 toward Downtown, turn right (East) on "I" Street, go about 3 blocks to 9th Street and turn left (South).
State Highway 99: Traveling South on Highway 99, take Interstate 5 South and see the Interstate 5 directions.
The Sutro Library, the San Francisco branch of the California State Library, is located at 480 Winston Drive behind the Stonestown Galleria mall, just north of the San Francisco State University campus on the western edge of San Francisco.
www.library.ca.gov /html/DirectionsDetails.cfm   (1077 words)

  
 California Casinos - Casinos of Southern California
Proposition 1A was ratified by the voters of California in March 2000.
California tribal casinos do not reveal their gross income from gambling but some experts say it could be $4 billion a year which approaches the take on the Las Vegas Strip or in Atlantic City.
State Route 74 will merge into Highway 371 in Anza.
www.casenet.com /concert/casinoinfo.htm   (4793 words)

  
 CHAPTER 504 - WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AND PROPAGATION
 The use of shotguns capable of holding more than three shells is prohibited on all wildlife management areas owned or managed by this State unless the shotgun is plugged with a one-piece filler, incapable of removal without disassembling the gun, so that the total capacity of the shotgun does not exceed three shells.
     (d) Unit 264: That portion of Clark County bounded on the north by State Route No. 164 (Searchlight-Cottonwood Cove Road) and on the west by U.S. Highway No. 95 and the California-Nevada state line, except that portion set forth in NAC 504.340 which is closed to all hunting.
93, 95 and 466, east of U.S. Highway No. 95 and north of State Route No. 165, except that portion set forth in NAC 504.340 which is closed to all hunting.
www.leg.state.nv.us /NAC/NAC-504.html   (7629 words)

  
 Caltrans - California Scenic Highways 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
FROM STATE ROUTE 101 NEAR LAS CRUCES TO NEAR LOMPOC
FROM 2.7 MILES NORTH OF STATE ROUTE 210 AT LA CANADA TO SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY LINE
FROM STATE ROUTE 152 TO STANISLAUS COUNTY LINE
www.dot.ca.gov /hq/LandArch/scenic/schwy1.html   (122 words)

  
 State Dealers
These are state by state dealers of Kick'n Bass® products.
These stores may only carry part of our line.
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www.kicknbass.com /state_dealers.htm   (644 words)

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