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[Click here for a key to the symbols used. Some county routes were constructed with federal funds. These routes are indicated as FAP (Federal Aid Primary), FAU (Federal Aid Urban), or FAS (Federal Aid Secondary). If no funding source is shown, no federal funds were used. Note that while some segments seem to have the same attributes, they may differ in the county-local road number assigned to the segment, or in the Caltrans Map Sheet number.]

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Los Angeles
County Route N1



Routing
  1. Malibu Canyon Road from Route 1 to Las Virgenes Road (FAS, 3.50 mi)


  2. Las Virgenes Road from Malibu Canyon Road to US 101 (FAS, 5.00 mi)

Scenic Highway

[SHC 154.1] from Route 1 to Lost Hills Road in Los Angeles County. Authorized by AB 1070, Chapter 758, 10/12/2001.

 

History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1963.

 

Status

Total milage: 8.50 mi.

The SAFETEA-LU act, enacted in August 2005 as the reauthorization of TEA-21, provided the following expenditures on or near this route:

  • High Priority Project #2333: Construct and repair lining in/out tunnels on Kanan, Kanan Dume, and Malibu Canyon Roads between Route 1 and US 101. $2,400,000.

 


County Route Shield

Los Angeles
County Route N2



Routing
  1. Old Ridge Road from Route 138 to Pine Canyon Road (2.00 mi)


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  2. Pine Canyon Road from Old Ridge Road to Elizabeth Lake Road (16.90 mi)


  3. Elizabeth Lake Road from Pine Canyon Road to Johnson Road (4.40 mi)


  4. Elizabeth Lake Road from Johnson Road to 20th Street West (FAS, 13.22 mi)


  5. Avenue Q from 20th Street West to 10th Street West (FAS, 1.00 mi)


  6. Palmdale Blvd in Palmdale from 10th Street West to Route 14 (FAU, 0.90 mi)

History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1963.

 

Status

Total milage: 38.42 mi. Much of this route follows the San Andreas Fault.


County Route Shield

Los Angeles
County Route N3



Routing

Angeles Forest Highway between Sierra Highway (Route 14) and Angeles Crest Highway (Route 2) (FAS, 25.03 mi)

 

History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1963. The Angeles Forest Highway, aka the Palmdale Cut-Off, was surveyed in 1913, approved in 1928 to roughly follow the Edison pole line road, and built from 1932 to 1941.

 

Naming

In November 2010, it was reported that the LA County Board of Supervisors dedicated a section of the Angeles Forest Highway in honor of the two Los Angeles County firefighters who lost their lives on duty battling the Station Fire ("Captain Ted Hall and Engineer Arnie Quinones Memorial Highway"). Captain Ted Hall and Engineer Arnie Quinones died on August 30th, 2009 when their truck plunged 800 feet off the side of a road near Mount Gleason. Less than a month later, Quinones' widow, Lori, gave birth to the couple's first child, a daughter. Hall and Quinones were honored with a large public memorial held at Dodger Stadium, while the Station Fire--the largest in LA County history--continued to burn. Signs have been affixed at both the northbound and southbound (one-quarter mile south of Sierra Highway) entrances to the highway.

 

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County Route Shield

Los Angeles
County Route N4



Routing
  1. Big Pines Highway from Route 2 to 204th Street East (FAS, 6.50 mi)


  2. 204th Street East from Big Pines Highway to Route 138 (FAS, 6.00 mi)

History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1963.

 

Status

Total milage: 12.50 mi.


County Route Shield

Los Angeles
County Route N5



Routing
  1. Avenue J in Lancaster from Route 14 to 15th Street East (FAU, 3.65 mi)


  2. Avenue J in Lancaster from 15th Street East to 40th Street East (FAS, 2.50 mi)


  3. Avenue J from 40th Street East to 190th Street East (FAS, 15.00 mi)


  4. 190th Street East from Avenue J to the Butte Valley Wildflower Area (0.50 mi)

History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1964.

 

Status

Total milage: 21.65 mi.


County Route Shield

Los Angeles
County Route N6



Routing
  1. Long View Road from Route 138 to Fort Tejon Road (FAS, 2.15 mi)


  2. Fort Tejon Road from Long View Road to 131st Street East (FAS, 0.40 mi)


  3. 131st Street East from Fort Tejon Road to Tumbleweed Road (2.25 mi)


  4. Tumbleweed Road from 131st Street East to Devils Punchbowl County Park (2.50 mi)

History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1964.

 

Status

Total milage: 7.30 mi.


County Route Shield

Los Angeles
County Route N7



Routing
  1. Hawthorne Blvd in Rancho Palos Verdes from Palos Verdes Drive to Indian Peak Road (FAU, 4.11 mi)


  2. Hawthorne Blvd in Rolling Hills Estates from Indian Peak Road to Silver Spur Road (FAU, 0.19 mi)


  3. Hawthorne Blvd in Rancho Palos Verdes from Silver Spur Road to Rancho Palos Verdes Road (FAU, 0.87 mi)


  4. Hawthorne Blvd in Rolling Hills Estates from Rancho Palos Verdes to Rolling Hills Estates (FAU, 1.12 mi)


  5. Hawthorne Blvd in Torrance from Rolling Hills Estates to Pacific Coast Highway (Route 1) (FAU, 0.80mi)

History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1964.

 

Status

Total milage: 7.09 mi.


County Route Shield

Orange/Los Angeles
County Route N8



Routing
  1. La Mirada Blvd in Buena Park from Route 39 to the Los Angeles county line (0.35 mi) [Orange County]


  2. La Mirada Blvd in La Mirada from the Orange county line to Santa Gertrudes (0.24 mi) [Los Angeles County]


  3. La Mirada Blvd in La Mirada from Santa Gertrudes to Rosecrans Avenue (FAU, 0.80 mi) [Los Angeles County]


  4. La Mirada Blvd in La Mirada from Rosecrans Avenue to Leffingwell Road (1.97 mi) [Los Angeles County]


  5. La Mirada Blvd from Leffingwell Road to Colima Road (FAU, 0.99 mi) [Los Angeles County]


  6. Colima Road from La Mirada Blvd to Lambert Road (FAU, 0.10 mi) [Los Angeles County]


  7. Colima Road in Whitter from Lambert Road to the Whittier city limits (FAU, 1.74 mi) [Los Angeles County]


  8. Colima Road from the Whitter city limits to Azusa Avenue (FAU, 4.60 mi) [Los Angeles County]


  9. Azusa Avenue from Colima Road to the Industry city limits (FAU, 0.48 mi) [Los Angeles County]


  10. Azusa Avenue in Industry from the Industry city limits to Azusa Way (FAU, 1.13 mi) [Los Angeles County]


  11. Azusa Avenue from Azusa Way to Amar Road (FAU, 1.35 mi) [Los Angeles County]


  12. Azusa Avenue in West Covina from Amar Road to the West Covina city limits (FAU, 0.93 mi) [Los Angeles County]


  13. Azusa Avenue from the West Covina city limits to the West Covina city limits (FAU, 0.10 mi) [Los Angeles County]


  14. Azusa Avenue in West Covina from the West Covina city limits to the West Covina city limits (FAU, 0.30 mi) [Los Angeles County]


  15. Azusa Avenue from the West Covina city limits to the West Covina city limits (FAU, 0.18 mi) [Los Angeles County]


  16. Azusa Avenue in West Covina from the West Covina city limits to I-10 [Los Angeles County]

History and Signage Information

The City of Industry has a two pages that describes the origins of FAS Rte 1274, which appears to be today's Route 39 and County Route N8. This was to be a route from Huntington Beach and north across the San Gabriel Mountains to the Antelope Valley. The project involved the extension of Azusa Avenue through West Covina to link with Pass and Covina Road just S of Amar Road in La Puente. Part of this effort involved remaking Grazide Road into a four-lane divided highway from Hacienda Bl east for ½ mi.

This route was defined in 1970.

 

Status

Total milage: 16.76 mi.


County Route Shield

Los Angeles
County Route N9



Routing
  1. Kanan Dume Road from Route 1 and Mulholland Highway (FAU, 6.54 mi)


  2. Kanan Road from Mulholland Highway to Triunfo Canyon Road (FAS, 2.80 mi)


  3. Kanan Road from Triunfo Canyon Road to US 101 (FAS, 3.20 mi)

History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1974.

 

Status

Total milage: 12.54 mi.

The SAFETEA-LU act, enacted in August 2005 as the reauthorization of TEA-21, provided the following expenditures on or near this route:

  • High Priority Project #2333: Construct and repair lining in/out tunnels on Kanan, Kanan Dume, and Malibu Canyon Roads between Route 1 and US 101. $2,400,000.

  • High Priority Project #3099: Modify and reconfigure Kanan Road interchange along US 101 in Agoura Hills. $4,000,000.

 



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