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Pre-1964 Legislative Route Graphic

Pre-1964 Legislative Route 277

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Status Status

Leg Rte 277 before 1964Thisnumber is not assigned to a post-1964 route.

Pre-1964 Legislative Route Pre-1964 Legislative Route

In 1959, Chapter 1062 defined LRN 277 as “[LRN 78] east of Temecula to [LRN 65] east of Anza”. This was originally all part of Route 71 from Route 79 E of Temecula to Route 74 E of Anza. In 1974, as a side effect of the creation of I-15 S of I-10, all of Route 71 S of Route 91 was renumbered. The original eastern section, between Temecula and Route 74 E of Anza, was divided into two routes. The portion from what had been US 395 (now I-15) near Temecula to Aguanga was renumbered as part of Route 79 (previously, this stretch had been cosigned as Route 71/Route 79); this stretch was part of LRN 78. The stretch between Aguanga and Route 74 was renumbered as Route 371; this is LRN 277.

Acronyms and Explanations:

Back Arrow Route 276 Forward Arrow Route 278

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