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Lake
#145 · #502 · #505 · #515
San Bernardino
#66
San Diego
#680



Lake


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Lake
County Route #145



Routing

Morgan Valley Road, between the Route 29/Route 53 junction in Lower Lake and the Napa-Lake County line.

 

History and Signage Information

This road was paved in 1984 when a new gold mine was built on the Napa-Yolo county line, and the easiest access was from Lake County. The mine is about to shut down now, so the future use of this road is in question. The road doesn't serve many other travelers. Beyond the Napa line, the road becomes Knoxville-Berryessa Road and turns south to end at Route 128 at Lake Berryessa.


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Lake
County Route #502



Routing

Soda Bay Road, between Route 29/Route 175 in Lakeport and the beginning of Route 281 in Konocti Bay. At MP 17, the road becomes Route 281. Supposedly, all of this route is planned to become part of Route 281.

 

History and Signage Information

This route was built to provide direct access to Konocti Bay and the "Riviera Heights" housing development.


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Lake
County Route #505



Routing

Gaddy Lane, connects Soda Bay Road and Route 29/Route 175 in Kelseyville.


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Lake
County Route #515



Routing

Bottle Rock Road, between Route 29/Route 175 at Kelseyville southeast to Route 175 at Cobb, near Hobergs Resort.

 

Status

This route serves the Geysers geothermal plant as well as several homes on Cobb Mountain.



San Bernardino


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San Bernardino
County Route #66



Routing

[CR66]National Trails Highway, beginning in the community of Oro Grande to Goffs Road, and then continuing northerly on Goffs Road to its junction with US 95.

 

Status

[CR66]This route was created on September 27, 2011 (Resolution 63) by the San Bernadino County Board of Supervisors. Per the resolution, Caltrans was requested to install marker signs on I-40, Route 58, Route 247, and I-15 in the Barstow Area, and US 95 in the Goffs Area. The resolution also recommended that the County provide San Bernardino CR 66 signs and materials to the City of Barstow for marking the route within the City, as this program supports the County’s goals, and objectives and supports the social needs of the population of the County. It was noted that this alignment can be expanded to include additional portions of or the entire Route 66 at a later date. It was also noted that at their September 19, 2011, meeting, the Barstow City Council agreed to participate with the County in establishing this program and adopted a resolution that established County Route 66 within its municipal limits. In Barstow, the route is along Main Street.



San Diego


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San Diego
Former County Route #680



Routing

From I-5 at Rancho Santa Fe Road in Encinitas, then east through Olivenhain, across the San Dieguito River at Del Dios Highway, to I-15 near Rancho Bernardo.

 

History and Signage Information

First planned around 1962. For decades, county planners wanted to build another road linking I-5 and 15, and there was discussion in the 1980s and 1990s about a highway between Encinitas and Mira Mesa. But heavy opposition along the coast drove the county Board of Supervisors to abandon what was called Highway 680 in 1995. Deleted from city general plans in 1989 and 1993. Funds later reallocated to Route 56.

There was a subsequent plan dubbed the Son of 680 that turned the highway to a north-south alignment; this also was shelved.

 

Status

Camino Del Norte has been extended west of the Camino San Bernardo Overpass for a considerable distance. As of May 2009, it now connects at the city of San Diego border with Camino Del Sur into the Del Sur neighborhood and bends south to connect with Route 56. The extension must have been completed in 2006 or so when Del Sur was being developed.

According to the North County Times, in 2005 there was a proposal called the "Grandson of 680". This would be a new arterial linking North County with job and entertainment centers to the south. Planners are said to be including the idea of a new freeway in a countywide transportation plan update due in March 2005. The update may include a discussion on a limited-access route east of I-15 as well as a proposal to put a new north-south freeway between I-5 and I-15.

 

Other WWW Links
  • [Site Disappeared] Andrew Field's San Diego Highways: San Diego Highways: Unbuilt Select Arterial 680
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