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This page provides links maintained for specific regions of North America, and a few other places. It includes both "unofficial" pages and the pages for the specific state highway departments. I welcome comments and corrections to this information; you may reach me by sending Email to webmaster@cahighways.org. Note that, since this is California Highways, California comes first, and gets a little special presentation.

Note: Individual highway entries also contain highway specific links.
 

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[Bridging the Bay] Bridging the Bay: Bridging the Campus (University of California, Berkeley Library).
The exhibit includes books, documents, architectural drawings and renderings, blueprints, artifacts, maps, and photographs. The bridges documented include the Golden Gate Bridge, the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, the Carquinez Bridge, the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge, the Antioch Bridge, and the Dumbarton Bridge. The exhibit also contains documents detailing Bay Area bridge projects that were seriously considered, but were never built.
 
[AARoads] California Highways @ AAroads (Andy Field and Crew).Formerly limited to just San Diego, Andy Field and the crew at AARoads have expanded to cover all of California.

Note: You can keep up to date with changes at AARoads via their blog.

[A Member of the cahighways.org Family of Web Pages]
Corco Hwys California Highways @ Corco Highways (David J. Corcoran) Photos of highway signs from around the state
[Road Signs and Sights] California Road Signs and Sights (Mark Roberts). Photos of California road signs, signals, and various highway sites.  
catsynth.com Catsynth.Com's Highway Pages (Amar Chaudhary). A collection of various articles regarding highways in California. Includes a discussion forum.  
floodgap roadgap Floodgap Roadgap (Cameron Kaiser). A personal collection of roadgeekery, with a special emphasis on dead or dying routes in an effort to preserve them photographically in a state as close to their last living alignment as possible. Roadgap is generally concerned with Southern California. Routes included are Old US 395, CA 47, CA 103, The Arroyo Seco Freeway: CA 110 (Old CA 11, Old US 66), The Mass Grave: CA 7, CA 14U, CA 31 (and TEMP I-15), US 60, US 91, The Road to Cabrillo: Old CA 209, The Crosstown Freeway: Old CA 30, Balboa Avenue: Old CA 274, Not Quite South Bay Freeway: CA 54 and BR 54 , and El Toyon Freeway: Dead CA 252 .  
Highway 101 Project Highway 101 Project (Don Wilson)
A site devoted to the preservation of the memory of the original route of US 101 in the area from San Jose to Santa Barbara, California. The purpose of this project is to locate the original routing of 101 in relation to the current road system, and to photograph and document, wherever possible, the original cement sections of the old route, and existing structures that were originally businesses that were primarily intended to serve motorists on the 101. The project will be divided into a number of sections that span the 101 route from Santa Barbara north to San Jose, Ca. Each section page will include a southbound and northbound detailed road guide for following the original 101 route by automobile.
 
[Santa Clarita Resources] Historical Highways of Central and Southern California (Mike Ballard).
These pages includes information on US 6 and US 99, as well as information on unbuilt freeways, maps, East Los Angeles interchanges, and much, much more.
[A Member of the cahighways.org Family of Web Pages]
[DLK Highways] Kriske.Com's Highway Page (David Kriske). This page provides information on California's Highway Signs, the Embarcadero (Golden Gate) Freeway [I-480], the Hayward Bypass (Route 238), the Grapevine, San Francisco's Urban Freeways, and much more.  
Mojave Roads Mojave Roads (Larry Turoski). A chronicle of travels in the California, Nevada, and Arizona deserts, as well as a guide for those new to desert travel or those looking for new places to explore.  
[Ridge Route] Ridge Route: The website dedicated to that curvy little road that united California. This site provides history of the ridge route, tour information, a map, connections to related sites, and information on regular maintenance of the route.  
[Roadtrip to California] Roadtrip to California and Los Angeles (Scott Kozel). A trip to California, with lots and lots of pictures. [A Member of the cahighways.org Family of Web Pages]
[San Diego Exits] San Diego Freeway Junctions (Phillip Edrelsky).

A list of freeway exits in San Diego and Imperial Counties and some parts of Orange and Riverside Counties.
 
tuxtravels Tux Travels (Torrin). Pictures of routes in California, primarily in San Diego County.  
[ushighways.cahighways.org] US Highways in California Page (Casey Cooper).
The historic US highways of California have the same magic that Route 66 has, although much of theirs is still waiting to be rediscovered. This site is a repository of information about the 18 US highways that once traversed California.
[A Member of the cahighways.org Family of Web Pages]
Official Pages
[Caltrans] California Department of Transportation.
The folks that make this all possible, by building the roads in the first place. And the second place. And the third place. One of the more interesting pages here is the Caltrans Photolog Video.
 
Bakersfield Freeways Bakersfield Freeways.
The website of the City of Bakersfield, Freeway Engineering Division. In the summer of 2002, the City created this division to deal with the many major transportation projects that it is undertaking. These projects primarily involve freeway type projects and their interchanges with the street system, but this Division also oversees the development of the projects that are part of Alternative No. 15 of the Bakersfield Systems Study.
 
[Toll Roads] Transportation Corridor Agencies.
The folks that maintain the toll roads in Orange County (Route 73, Route 241, and Route 261)
 

[Multistate]

Multiple States or Areas

Hobbyist Pages:

* AAroads. This site, which really consists of multiple sites, provides an entryway into sites covering almost every state. AARoads offers a wide range of highway coverage spread throughout six domains. Due to the large number of areas profiled, the AARoads family includes a number of additional domains: Interstate-Guide.com, and SouthEastRoads.com. AARoads.com continues to carry the Delaware Highways Page, and the High Priority Corridors. SouthEastRoads covers the southeastern U.S. and Interstate-Guide.com provides a listing of every Interstate highway and Interstate Business Loop or Spur.
* Alps' Roads. Covers all of the United States, specializing in California, Connecticut, Georgia, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Québec, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, and assorted other states. Mostly photos.
(Steve Alpert)
* American Roads. The American Roads web site features information and resources related to finding and traveling America's scenic and historic old highways. Travel down the Lincoln Highway, the National Old Trails Road, or the Old Spanish Trail. Find old, forgotten alignments of US 60 or 80. Get off the freeways and see the real America!
* Corcohighways. Welcome to Corcohighways.org, a one-man show dedicated to driving and photographing as many of the nation’s highways as possible. Back in 2007, as a college freshman with a love of highways and a car that needed driving, I embarked to drive every mile of state highway in Washington. At that point, a monster was born. In 2009 I moved to Wyoming and clinched that system. In 2011 I moved to Arizona and clinched that system. In 2013, I moved to Montana and finally clinched the Idaho system in 2014. In 2015, I went to Delaware just to clinch that highway system. In 2016, I finished Montana and moved to Idaho, allowing me to get started on Oregon. In 2018, I finished Oregon while also working on California and Nevada. While doing all that, I managed to drive and photograph at least a little bit in most of these United States. As of October 2018, I’ve finally finished Oregon. I started on California and Nevada in earnest in October 2017 and am well underway and on track to finish those states and probably Rhode Island by 2020.
* Froggie's Highway Photography.These pages document the many photographs and roadtrips that Froggie has taken over many roadtrips, specializing in the mid-western and eastern US.
(AJ Froggie)
* Roads of the Mid-South and West. Over 18 years ago we started traveling, documenting, and photo taking along the Roads of the Mid-South & Mid-West, and now have grown to the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions of the United States of America. View roads from the small county blacktops to the eight lane inter-urban freeways, and all in between, from 34 states, and the nations capital! Content is ever growing, check back often!
(Bill Burmaster)

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Alabama

Hobbyist Pages:

* Alabama Routes
(David Sturm, currently being maintained and updated by Froggie)
* Alabama Fantasy Freeways
(AJ Froggie)
* Alabama @ AARoads
(Aaroads)
* Alabama Highways (Corco Highways)
(David J. Corcoran)
* Southern Highways
(Robert Lee)
* US 78 in Mississippi and Alabama: Appalachian Regional Corridor X
(Chris Lawrence)
* Roads of the South and Midwest (Alabama).
(Bill Burmaster)

Official Pages:

* Alabama Department of Transportation


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Alaska

Hobbyist Pages:

* Alaska Roads
(Oscar Voss)

Official Pages:

* Alaska Department of Transportation


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Arizona

Hobbyist Pages:

* Arizona @ AARoads
(Andy Field)
* Arizona Highways (Corco Highways)
(David J. Corcoran)
* Arizona Roads
(Alan Hamilton)
* Southern Highways
(Robert Lee)

Official Pages:

* Arizona Department of Transportation


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Arkansas

Hobbyist Pages:

* Arkansas @ AARoads. Sitemap to all pages covering the state of Arkansas. Unless otherwise noted, all photographs taken by Justin Cozart.
(AAroads)
* Arkansas Highways (Corco Highways)
(David J. Corcoran)
* Interstate 555
(Chris Lawrence)
* I-69 Info: The future corridor from Indianapolis to Mexico
(Chris Lawrence)
* Southern Highways
(Robert Lee)
* Roads of the South and Midwest (Arkansas).
(Bill Burmaster)

Official Pages:

* Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department


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Colorado

Hobbyist Pages:

* Colorado @ AAroads.com
(Andy Field)
* Colorado Highways (Corco Highways)
(David J. Corcoran)
* [Lane Ends]The Highways of Colorado Matt indicated in 2017 that this site was going away, but it hasn't gone away yet.
(Matthew Salek)

Official Pages:

* Colorado Department of Transportation


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Connecticut

Hobbyist Pages:

* Alps Roads: Connecticut
(Steve Alpert)
* Connecticut @ AARoads: Sitemap to all pages covering the state of Connecticut. Unless otherwise noted, all photographs taken by Alex Nitzman, Andy Field, and Carter Buchanan.
(Aaroads)
* Connecticut Roads
(Scott Oglesby)
* Roads of the South and Midwest (Connecticut).
(Bill Burmaster)

Official Pages:

* Connecticut Department of Transportation
* Merritt Parkway Conservancy


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Delaware

Hobbyist Pages:

* Alps Roads: Delaware
(Steve Alpert)
* Delaware @ AARoads
(Alex Nitzman)
* Delaware Highways (Corco Highways)
(David J. Corcoran)
* Roads of the South and Midwest (Delaware).
(Bill Burmaster)

Official Pages:

* Delaware Department of Transportation


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District of Columbia

Hobbyist Pages:

* District of Columbia @ AARoads
(Aaroads)
* District of Columbia Highways (Corco Highways)
(David J. Corcoran)
* District of Columbia Highways Page
(William Yurasko)
* DC Roads.
(Steve Anderson)
* Roads to the Future
(Scott Kozel)
* Roads of the South and Midwest (Washington DC).
(Bill Burmaster)


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Florida

Hobbyist Pages:

* Florida @ AARoads
(Alex Nitzman and Andy Field)
* Destination Florida
(Adam Prince)

Official Pages:

* Florida Department of Transportation


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Georgia

Hobbyist Sites:

* Alps Roads: Georgia
(Steve Alpert)
* Georgia @ AARoads. Sitemap to all pages covering the state of Georgia. October 2000 photographs taken by Jana Clark. Unless otherwise noted, all other photographs taken by Alex Nitzman, Andy Field, Carter Buchanan, or Justin Cozart.
* Georgia Highways (Corco Highways)
(David J. Corcoran)
* Georgia Road Geek. A blog of Georgia road news.
(Steve Williams)
* Peach State Roads.
(J.T. Legg)
* Roads of the South and Midwest (Georgia).
(Bill Burmaster)

Official Sites:

* Georgia Department of Transportation

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Guam

Official Pages:

* Guam Transporation Program


Notation Used:

* Site up as of last visit. [Road Closed] Link Down or Disappeared. If you know to where this link has moved, please send me email. If I haven't heard anything, it may be removed at the next round of updates. Often, these are kept on the list in anticipation of their returning. The original URL is retained as an HTML comment.
[Under Construction] Site is up, but is undergoing extensive renovation. If you are aware of renovation being completed on this site, please let me know. [Rough Road: Site May Be Down] Site may be down. The name was there, but the site was non-responsive at the last check. If you have further status on this site, please let me know.
[Lane Ends] Site is up, but is going away. The site is up, but is likely to disappear at any time. [Dead End] No Longer Maintained. This site is still up, but is no longer being maintained.

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