4 edition of California Freeway Exit Guide found in the catalog.
California Freeway Exit Guide
by American Travel Publications
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||346|
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California freeway exit guide Paperback – January 1, by Bill Cima (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Bill Cima. One of our group cut his hand severely (pushing a broken cycle) and needed stitches.
Being from Pennsylvania and having this happen in North Carolina, we had no idea where the closest hospital was. We got out Next Exit and found a hospital 3 exits down.
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The following information was developed by the civil rights section of the Department of Justice in consultation with DMV, the California Highway. At freeway exits, do not drive alongside other vehicles. A driver may decide to exit suddenly or swerve back onto the freeway. Keep a space between your vehicle and parked vehicles.
Someone may step out from between them, a vehicle door may open, or a vehicle may pull out suddenly. Be careful when driving near motorcyclists or bicyclists. Search All Exits along I-5 traveling Northbound in California starting near San Ysidro.
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Enter Highway Number to find the. Freeway exits in California were numbered during the three-year period from to The exit number is the approximate number of miles from the south or west end of the freeway. Exits less than one mile apart are distinguished by letters after the exit numbers.
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Interstate mileage statistics provided for each state and D.C. were obtained from the Decem. In this narrow strip of coastal hills and valleys, discover romantic towns, including Carmel-by-the-Sea, historic Monterey, and elegant Santa Barbara, nicknamed “the American Riviera.” The region’s classic drive along Highway One, linking San Francisco to Los Angeles, visits Big Sur, Hearst Castle, wine country, and kick-back surf towns.
California's Highway One is a state highway. It runs from Capistrano Beach in Orange County to Leggett in northern Mendocino (Dana Point), a total of about miles.
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Your exit strategy for the best places to eat, sleep, and see on every major highway. AARoads’ Interstate-Guide Interstate T Welcome to the Interstate-Guide. Brought to you by AARoads, included on this site are guides for every Interstate highway within the Eisenhower Interstate System.
The national network of freeways and toll roads includes a number of transcontinental routes, many urban expressways. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes indexes. Description: v, pages: chiefly maps ; 27 cm: Other Titles: California freeway.
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The Master Plan of Metropolitan Los Angeles Freeways was adopted by the Regional Planning Commission in and construction began in the early s. The plan hit opposition and funding limitations in the s, and byonly .How do I exit a freeway? 1. Plan ahead and merge into the lane closest to your destination exit.
Keep reading the guide signs for your destination exit and remaining distance. You should plan ahead and start moving to the lane closest to your destination exit in advance (at least about two miles in advance of reaching your destination exit).