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County Route Shield

Alpine
County Sign Route E1


Routing Routing

  1. Cty Rte E1Hot Springs Road from Grover Hot Springs to Laramie Street (FAS, 3.61 mi)

  2. Laramie Street from Hot Springs Road to Route 89 in Markleeville (FAS, 0.30 mi)

History and Signage Information History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1962.

Status Status

Total milage: 3.91 mi.


County Route Shield

Sacramento/Placer
County Sign Route E2


Routing Routing

  1. Cty Rte E2Grant Line Road from Route 99 to Sunrise Blvd (FAS, 10.20 mi) [Sacramento County]

  2. Sunrise Blvd from Grant Line Road to Folsom Blvd (FAS, 8.80 mi) [Sacramento County]

  3. Sunrise Blvd from Folsom Blvd to the Placer county line (FAU, 7.89 mi) [Sacramento County]

  4. Sunrise Avenue from the Sacramento county line to the Roseville city limits (FAU, 0.12 mi) [Placer County]

  5. Sunrise Avenue in Roseville from the city limits to Douglas Blvd (FAU, 1.68 mi) [Placer County]

  6. Douglas Blvd in Roseville from Sunrise Avenue to I-80 (FAU, 0.20 mi) [Placer County]

History and Signage Information History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1967.

Status Status

Capitol Southeast Connector

Cty Rte E2 - Capitol Southeast ConnectorSegment 1 of this route is proposed as part of the Capitol Southeast Connector. In March 2013, it was reported that local governments behind the proposed Capital Southeast Connector on Friday approved a financing plan and design guidelines, moving the massive project a big step forward. The proposed expressway from Elk Grove to El Dorado County is envisioned as a way to ease traffic congestion and boost the region's economy. The 35-mile route is expected to cost $463 million in 2012 dollars through 2035. About $118 million comes from a Sacramento County tax measure approved by voters in 2004. Directors of the joint-powers agency that runs it —representing the counties of Sacramento and El Dorado, as well as the cities of Elk Grove, Folsom and Rancho Cordova — unanimously approved the project's financing and design plans. As early as summer 2013, the local governments could vote to commit funds to the project and empower the agency to take full responsibility. Described as what would be the county’s largest congestion-reducing road in decades, the project would link I-5 and Route 99 just south of Elk Grove, then run along Grant Line and White Rock roads skirting Rancho Cordova and Folsom, finally connecting to US 50 in El Dorado Hills. The expressway would consist of two to three lanes in each direction.
(Source: Sacramento Business Journal, 3/8/2013)

In December 2016, there was an update on the connector. The effort suffered a setback in November 2016 when voters rejected Measure B, the Sacramento County transportation half-cent sales tax that would have provided $125 million for the project – more than a third of the connector’s estimated $335 million construction cost. Despite that, proponents say they intend to get the massive project built. They just aren’t sure when. The planned connector would be a four-lane expressway with a center median and a bike trail, much of it an expansion of Grant Line Road and White Rock roads. It would connect to US 50 at the Silva Valley interchange in El Dorado County at its northeast end, as well as to Route 99 in south Elk Grove and I-5 south of Sacramento at its southwest terminus. The current estimate is that it will take another several decades to get the expressway built. Even then, it will be a smaller road than first imagined. Previously, officials talked of building six lanes in some spots, with interchanges instead of intersections, with an estimated cost at one point of $700 million. Eventually, when expected east county growth causes congestion on the new road, the connector could be turned into a full expressway by turning intersections into interchanges. The group built an initial 2.2-mile section in 2012, expanding and straightening part of White Rock, from Grant Line to Prairie City Road. That section offers a preview of what the entire corridor will look like. Future sections are expected to have a bike trail separated from the roadway. Despite the November ballot box setback, the connector project is far from financially bereft. It is in line to receive $118 million over the next two decades from the county’s existing Measure A transportation sales tax, approved by voters in 2004. The connector group also will collect fees from developers who build housing projects near the connector corridor. The group currently has $15 million it plans to use in 2018 to further widen another 2 miles of White Rock Road to four lanes between Prairie City Road and the northern branch of Scott Road. Planners said they had hoped to build a longer section all the way to Latrobe Road in El Dorado County but do not yet have the extra $24 million that would cost.
(Source: Sacramento Bee, 12/31/2016)

In June 2018, it was reported that the Capital SouthEast Connector Joint Powers Authority was awarded a $20 million grant through SB1 to help further the construction of the 34-mile expressway, which passes through the south of Folsom. The funding was provided by the California Transportation Commission’s (CTC) Local Partnership Program (LPP) available through Senate Bill 1, the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. The funding is a boost to the expressway project, which has widespread benefits throughout and beyond the Sacramento region, including Folsom. The grant will help fund the Connector project which closes a rural-to-suburban connectivity gap by transforming 34 miles of two-lane rural roads into a state-of-the-art, four-lane expressway connecting the communities of the City of Elk Grove, Sacramento County, City of Rancho Cordova, City of Folsom and El Dorado County. The new expressway will provide instant regional congestion relief to downtown Sacramento, all while providing parallel capacity to US 50 as well as an evacuation route for the southeastern part of Sacramento County. Project benefits also extend beyond the region as the Connector has been identified as a key project within California’s Central Valley Major International Trade Region, and will connect three U.S. Department of Transportation’s Primary Freight Network Routes that are the backbone of goods movement within the Central Valley. Earlier in 2018, the Sacramento Transportation Authority ranked the Connector as it’s No. 1 regional transportation project pursuing funding through the CTC’s LPP grant program. This funding award comes at a critical time for the project. The Connector was one of only two California projects, and the only rural project, that applied for federal dollars through the Infrastructure for Rebuilding America (INFRA) grant program that received LPP funding. The $20 million grant by the CTC will increase the capacity to strongly leverage state dollars if federal funding is awarded. With funding through the LPP grant, $40 million in needed roadway improvements in Elk Grove, Folsom and Sacramento County will begin. The Connector JPA was formed in December 2006 and includes Sacramento County, El Dorado County and the cities of Elk Grove, Folsom and Rancho Cordova. It is responsible for the Connector’s planning, environmental review, engineering design, development and construction.
(Source: Folsom Telegraph, 6/6/2018)

In October 2018, the CTC took the following actions in conjunction with the Capital SouthEast Connector:

Total milage: 28.89 mi.


County Route Shield

Sacramento/Placer
County Sign Route E3


Routing Routing

  1. Cty Rte E3Hazel Avenue from US 50 to the Placer county line (FAU, 6.01 mi) [Sacramento County]

  2. Sierra College Blvd from the Sacramento county line to the Rocklin city limits (FAU, 4.00 mi) [Placer County]

  3. Sierra College Blvd in Rocklin (FAU, 0.15 mi) [Placer County]

  4. Sierra College Blvd from the Rocklin city limits to I-80 (FAU, 2.60 mi) [Placer County]

History and Signage Information History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1967.

Status Status

Total milage: 12.76 mi.


County Route Shield

Yolo
County Sign Route E4


Routing Routing

  1. Cty Rte E4Road 85 from Route 16 in Esparto to Road 14 (FAS, 5.12 mi)

  2. Route 85 from Road 14 to Road 8 (5.72 mi)

  3. Road 8 from Road 85 to Road 86 Road 6 (0.91 mi)

  4. Road 86 Road 6 from Road 8 to Road 6 Road 86 (1.60 mi)

  5. Road 6 from Road 86 to I-5 in Dunnigan (2.95 mi)

History and Signage Information History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1968.

Status Status

Total milage: 16.30 mi.


County Route Shield

Tuolumne
County Sign Route E5


Routing Routing

Cty Rte E5Rawhide Road from multiplexed Route 49/Route 108 in Jamestown to Route 49 in Tuttletown (FAS, 4.03 mi)

History and Signage Information History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1974.

Status Status

Unsigned County Route Shield Unsigned along the route, although there may be shields for it at either end on Route 49 and Route 108.


County Route Shield

Yolo
County Sign Route E6


Routing Routing

  1. Cty Rte E6Russell Blvd from the Route 128/I-505 junction to Road 93A (FAS, 2.80 mi)

  2. Road 93A from Russell Blvd to Road 31 (FAS, 1.22 mi)

  3. Road 31 from Road 93A to (former) Route 113 (FAS, 7.13 mi). Note: Given that Route 113 is now within the Davis city limits, the "Route 113" reference here likely refers to Perdick Road (former Lincoln Highway), now CR E7, which is just outside the Davis city limits.

  4. Road 31 from (former) Route 113 to the Davis city limits (FAU, 0.35 mi)

  5. Covell Blvd in Davis (FAU, 2.08 mi)

  6. Covell Blvd from the Davis city limits to the Davis urban limit (FAU, 0.65 mi). Note: It is unclear exactly where the "urban limits" are.

  7. Covell Blvd from the Davis urban limit to Mace Blvd (FAS, 1.26 mi)

  8. Mace Blvd from Covell Blvd to Road 32A (FAS, 0.30 mi)

  9. Mace Blvd from Road 32A to I-80 E of Davis (FAU, 0.14 mi)

History and Signage Information History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1968.

Status Status

Total milage: 15.93 mi.


County Route Shield

Solano/Yolo
County Sign Route E7


Routing Routing

  1. Cty Rte E7Pedrick Road from I-80 N of Dixon to the Yolo county line (FAS, 2.48 mi) [Solano County]

    History and Signage Information History and Signage Information

    Portions of Pedrick Road (between Sievers Road just north of I-80 and "Cactus Corner" at Russell Boulevard) have been US 40 and, then, later US 40A (before the Davis bypass which is now Route 113 was built). However, the state highway designation had been long gone when the county route was first designated (in 1968). Yet, the reference to this as (former) Route 113 appears to be in County Sign Route E6, as the actual Route 113 is within the Davis city limits.

  2. Road 98 from the Solano county line to the Woodland urban limit (FAS, 10.34 mi) [Yolo County]

  3. Road 98 from the Woodland urban limit to Route 16 (Main street) W of Woodland (FAU, 1.50 mi) [Yolo County]

History and Signage Information History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1968.

Status Status

Total milage: 14.32 mi.


County Route Shield

Yolo
County Sign Route E8


Routing Routing

  1. Cty Rte E8Road 102 from Covell Blvd (County Sign Route E6) to the Davis urban limit (FAU, 0.47 mi)

  2. Road 102 from the Davis urban limit to Road 22 (FAS, 7.53 mi)

  3. Road 102 from Road 22 to Route 113 near Knights Landing (FAP, 7.71 mi)

History and Signage Information History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1968

Status Status

Total Milage: 15.71 mi.


County Route Shield

Sacramento/Yolo
County Sign Route E9


Routing Routing

  1. Cty Rte E9Sutter Slough Bridge Road from Route 160 to the Yolo county line (0.65 mi) [Sacramento County]

  2. South River Road from the Sacramento county line to Road 158 (FAS, 0.60) [Yolo County]

  3. South River Road from Road 158 to Neatherlands Road (7.61 mi) [Yolo County]

  4. South River Road from Neatherlands Road to Clarksburg Road (0.29 mi) [Yolo County]

  5. South River Road from Clarksburg Road to Road 139B (FAS, 3.77 mi)

  6. Road 139B from South River Road to the Sacramento county line (FAS, 0.07 mi) [Yolo County]

  7. Freeport Bridge between the Yolo county line and Route 160 (FAS, 0.09 mi) [Sacramento County]

History and Signage Information History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1968.

Status Status

Total milage: 13.08 mi


County Route Shield

Yolo
County Sign Route E10


Routing Routing

  1. Cty Rte E10Road 14 from I-505 near Zamora to Road 13 (FAS, 2.66 mi)

  2. Road 13 from Road 14 to Route 113 (FAS, 7.20 mi)

History and Signage Information History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1968.

Status Status

Total milage: 9.86 mi.


County Route Shield

Yolo
County Sign Route E11


Routing Routing

  1. Cty Rte E11Road 99E from Route 113 to Road 108 (FAS, 1.40 mi)

  2. Road 108 from Road 99E to Road 98A (FAS, 1.38 mi)

  3. Road 98A from Road 108 to Route 45 in Tyndall Landing (FAS, 2.41 mi)

History and Signage Information History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1976.

Status Status

Total milage: 5.19 mi.


County Route Shield

Sacramento
County Sign Route E12


Routing Routing

  1. Cty Rte E12Elk Grove Blvd from Franklin Blvd (County Sign Route J8) near Franklin to Route 99 (3.33 mi)

  2. Elk Grove Blvd from Route 99 to Grant Line Road (County Sign Route E2) (FAS, 3.50 mi)

History and Signage Information History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1971.

Status Status

Total milage: 6.83 mi.


County Route Shield

Sacramento
County Sign Route E13


Routing Routing

  1. Cty Rte E13River Road from Walnut Grove Bridge (County Sign Route J11) to Twin Cities Road (FAS, 2.37 mi)

  2. Twin Cities Road from River Road to Route 99 (FAS, 12.42 mi)

History and Signage Information History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1971.

Status Status

Total milage: 14.79 mi.


County Route Shield

Sacramento
County Sign Route E14


Routing Routing

  1. Cty Rte E14Elkhorn Blvd from Route 99 to I-80 (FAU, 11.35 mi)

  2. Greenback Lane from I-80 to Hazel Avenue (County Sign Route E3) (FAU, 6.27 mi)

History and Signage Information History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1972.

Status Status

Total milage: 17.62 mi.


County Route Shield

Tuolumne/Calaveras
County Sign Route E15


Routing Routing

  1. Cty Rte E15Obyrnes Ferry Road from Route 120 near Yosemite Junction to the Calaveras county line (FAS, 4.85 mi) [Tuolumne County]

  2. O'Byrnes Ferry Road from the Tuolumne county line to Reeds Turnpike (FAS, 7.47 mi) [Calaveras County]

  3. Main Street from Reeds Turnpike to Route 4 in Copperopolis (FAS, 0.59 mi)

History and Signage Information History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1974.

Other WWW Links Other WWW Links

Status Status

Unsigned County Route Shield Unsigned along the route. There is a sign directing traffic to E15 from Route 108/Route 120, and another E15 sign at the Tuolumne/Calaveras county border. Total milage: 12.91 mi.


County Route Shield

Amador/El Dorado
County Sign Route E16


Routing Routing

  1. Cty Rte E16Plymouth Shenandoah Road in Plymouth from Route 49 to the Plymouth city limits (FAS, 0.15 mi) [Amador County]

  2. Plymouth Shenandoah Road from the Plymouth city limits to the El Dorado county line (FAS, 9.08 mi) [Amador County]

  3. Mt. Aukum Road from the Amador county line to Pleasant Valley Road (FAS, 12.58 mi) [El Dorado County]

  4. Sly Park Road from Pleasant Valley Road to US 50 near Fresh Pond (FAS, 11.40 mi) [El Dorado County]

History and Signage Information History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1967.

Status Status

Total milage: 33.21 mi.


County Route Shield

Tuolumne
County Sign Route E17


Routing Routing

  1. Cty Rte E17Tuolumne Road from Route 108 near the east Business Route 108 (Sonora business loop) junction to Carter Street (FAS, 6.87 mi)

  2. Carter Street from Tuolumne Road to Buchanan Road (FAS, 0.32 mi)

  3. Carter Street from Buchanan Road to N. Tuolumne Road. [Note: This appears to be a missing segment, as Buchanan Road does not connect with Tuolumne Road.]

  4. Tuolumne Road from Carter Street to Route 108 near Soulsbyville Twain Harte. [Note: Tuolumne Road does not connect to Route 108 near Soulsbyville; it reconnects near Twain Harte. The connection to Route 108 in Soulsbyville is Soulsbyville Road, but to connect that to County Sign Route E17 would require backtracking after the diversion into Tuolumne. Following Tuolumne Road also makes the total mileage work out.]

History and Signage Information History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1974.

Status Status

Unsigned County Route Shield Unsigned. Total milage: 13.39 mi.


County Route Shield

Tuolumne/Calaveras
County Sign Route E18


Routing Routing

  1. Cty Rte E18Parrots Ferry Road from Route 49 to Airport Road (FAS, 1.41 mi) [Tuolumne County]

  2. Parrots Ferry Road/Broadway Street from Airport Road to Green Street (FAS, 0.59 mi) [Tuolumne County]

  3. Green Street from Broadway Street to Gold Springs Street Gold Street (FAS, 0.05 mi) [Tuolumne County]

  4. Gold Springs Street Parrots Ferry Road from Green Street to N Airport Road (FAS, 0.35 mi) [Tuolumne County]

  5. Parrots Ferry Road from N Airport Road to the Calaveras county line (FAS, 4.32 mi) [Tuolumne County]

  6. Parrots Ferry Road from the Tuolumne county line to Main Street (FAS, 5.48 mi) [Calaveras County]

  7. Main Street from Parrots Ferry Road to Route 4 in Columbia (FAS, 0.58 mi) [Calaveras County]

History and Signage Information History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1974.

Other WWW Links Other WWW Links

Status Status

Unsigned County Route Shield Unsigned along the route. It is signed at either end (on Route 4 and Route 49), and may also be signed at the Tuolumne/Calaveras county border. Total milage: 12.78 mi.


County Route Shield

Yolo
County Sign Route E19


Routing Routing

Cty Rte E19Clarksburg Road from Route 84 to South River Road (County Sign Route E9) (FAS, 3.12 mi)

History and Signage Information History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1976.


County Route Shield

Yuba
County Sign Route E20


Routing Routing

Cty Rte E20Marysville Road from Willow Glen Road (County Sign Route E21) to Route 49 near Log Cabin. (FAS, 19.93 mi)

History and Signage Information History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1977.


County Route Shield

Yuba/Butte/Plumas
County Sign Route E21


Routing Routing

  1. Cty Rte E21Marysville Road from Route 20 near Browns Valley to Willow Glen Road (County Sign Route E20) (FAS, 11.32 mi) [Yuba County]

  2. Willow Glen Road (County Sign Route E20) to La Porte Road (FAS, 7.79 mi) [Yuba County]

  3. La Porte Road from Willow Glen Road to the Butte county line (FAS, 8.35 mi) [Yuba County]

  4. La Porte Road in Butte County (FAS, 2.50 mi) [Butte County, maintained by Yuba County]

  5. La Porte Road/Quincy La Porte Road from the Butte county line to the Plumas county line (FAS, 6.79 mi) [Yuba County]

  6. Quincy La Porte Road from the Yuba county line to Warren Hill Road (FAS, 9.70 mi)

History and Signage Information History and Signage Information

This route was defined in 1977.

Status Status

Total milage: 46.45 mi.


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