BILL NUMBER: AB 2259	AMENDED
	BILL TEXT

	AMENDED IN ASSEMBLY   APRIL 8, 1996

INTRODUCED BY  Assembly Member Kuykendall

                        FEBRUARY 14, 1996

    An act to amend Section 73 of, to add Article 3.5
(commencing with Section 450) to, and to repeal and add Article 3
(commencing with Section 300) of, Chapter 2 of Division 1 of the
Streets and Highways Code, relating to   An act to amend
Sections 188.8 and 2109 of, to add Sections 73.5, 2109.5, and 2121.5
to, and to repeal and add Article 3 (commencing with Section 300) of
Chapter 2 of Division 1 of, the Streets and Highways Code, relating
to  highways.



	LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL'S DIGEST


   AB 2259, as amended, Kuykendall.  State highway system:  primary
and secondary highways.
   Under existing law there is a single system of state highways,
under the jurisdiction of the Department of Transportation.
   This bill would create a 2-tiered system of state highways, that
would be designated primary state highways, comprised of 
unspecified   specified  routes, that would remain
under the jurisdiction of the department, and secondary state
highways, comprised of  unspecified   specified
 routes  , that would be relinquished to the
jurisdiction of appropriate local agencies  .  
   The bill would authorize the California Transportation Commission
to relinquish to any county or city an entire route or portion of an
entire route in the state highway secondary system when an agreement
that the route may be relinquished has been reached between the
department and the affected city or county.  The bill would prohibit
a route from being relinquished under this provision in the absence
of that agreement.
   The bill would authorize the department to negotiate funding
agreements with the affected cities or counties, taking into account
savings that would be realized from maintenance, engineering,
community needs, and other factors affecting the operation of a
route.
   The bill would require that routes in the state highway secondary
system continue to be defined by statute after the relinquishment.
   The bill would require the governmental agency to whom a route is
relinquished to own, operate, maintain, and sign the routes with the
appropriate state route shield number.
   The bill would require that highways in the state highway
secondary system be maintained, constructed, and improved with
specified funds from the State Highway Account in the State
Transportation Fund.  The bill would require that, after the
relinquishments specified above, funds from the account be disbursed
to the affected local agencies in proportion to the total mileage
maintained by those agencies as a result of the relinquishments.
   The bill would require the department to notify the Controller
upon relinquishing any route on the state highway secondary system of
the mileage so relinquished for the purpose of making the
apportionments specified above. 
   Vote:  majority.  Appropriation:  no.  Fiscal committee:  yes.
State-mandated local program:  no.


THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS:


  SECTION 1.  (a) The Legislature declares it to be essential to the
future development of California to establish, construct, maintain,
and operate state highways.  The routes of the state highway system
serve the state's heavily traveled rural and urban corridors, connect
the communities and regions of the state, and serve the state's
economy by connecting the centers of commerce, industry, agriculture,
mineral wealth, and recreation.
   (b) It is the intent of the Legislature that the state highway
system consist of routes that are designated as having statewide or
regional significance and of routes that are designated as having
local significance. It is the further intent of the Legislature that
routes designated as having statewide or regional significance shall
be known as the state highway primary system, and shall be under
state jurisdiction, and that routes designated as having local
significance shall be known as the state highway secondary system and
shall be under any appropriate governmental jurisdiction.  
  SEC. 2.  Section 73 of the Streets and Highways Code is amended to
read:
   73.  The commission shall relinquish to any county or city any
portion of any state highway within such county or city which has
been deleted from the state highway system by legislative enactment,
and such relinquishment shall become effective upon the first day of
the next calendar or fiscal year, whichever first occurs after the
effective date of such legislative enactment. It may likewise
relinquish any portion of any state highway which has been superseded
by relocation.  Whenever the department and the county or city
concerned have entered into an agreement providing therefor, or the
legislative body of such county or city has adopted a resolution
consenting thereto, the commission may relinquish, to any such county
or city, any frontage or service road or outer highway, within the
territorial limits of such county or city, which has a right-of-way
of at least 40 feet in width and which has been constructed as a part
of a state highway project, but does not constitute a part of the
main traveled roadway thereof.  The commission may also relinquish,
to a county or city within whose territorial limits is located, any
nonmotorized transportation facility, as defined in Section 156,
constructed as part of a state highway project if the county or city,
as the case may be, has entered into an agreement providing therefor
or its legislative body has adopted a resolution consenting thereto.

   Relinquishment shall be by resolution.  A certified copy of such
resolution shall be filed with the board of supervisors or the city
clerk, as the case may be.  A certified copy of such resolution shall
also be recorded in the office of the recorder of the county where
such land is located and, upon such recordation, all right, title,
and interest of the state in and to such portion of any state highway
shall vest in the county or city, as the case may be, and such
highway or portion thereof shall thereupon constitute a county road
or city street, as the case may be.
   The vesting of all right, title, and interest of the state in and
to such portions of any state highways heretofore relinquished by the
commission, in the county or city to which it was relinquished, is
hereby confirmed.
   Prior to relinquishing any portion of a state highway to a county
or a city, except where required by legislative enactment, the
department shall give 90 days' notice in writing of intention to
relinquish to the board of supervisors, or the city council, as the
case may be.  Where the resolution of relinquishment contains a
recital as to the giving of the notice, adoption of the resolution of
relinquishment shall be conclusive evidence that the notice has been
given.
   The commission shall not relinquish to any county or city any
portion of any state highway which has been superseded by relocation
until the department has placed the highway, as defined in Section
23, in a state of good repair.  This requirement shall not obligate
the department for widening, new construction, or major
reconstruction, except as the commission may direct.  A state of good
repair requires maintenance, as defined in Section 27, including
litter removal, weed control, and tree and shrub trimming to the time
of relinquishment.
   Within the 90-day period, the board of supervisors or the city
council may protest in writing to the commission stating the reasons
therefor, including, but not limited to, objections that the highway
is not in a state of good repair, or is not needed for public use and
should be vacated by the commission.  In the event that the
commission does not comply with the requests of the protesting body,
it may proceed with the relinquishment only after a public hearing
given to the protesting body on 10 days' written notice.
   The commission may also  
  SEC. 2.  Section 73.5 is added to the Streets and Highway Code, to
read:
   73.5.  (a) The commission may  relinquish to any county or
city an entire route or portion of an entire route in the state
highway secondary system when agreement  that the route may be
relinquished  has been reached between the department and the
affected city or county.   The  
   (b) The  department may negotiate funding agreements with the
affected cities or counties  for placing a route in a state of
good repair  .  The agreements may take into account savings
that would be realized from maintenance, engineering, community
needs, and other factors  effecting   affecting
 the operation of a route.   Routes  
   (c) Routes  in the state highway secondary system  shall
 continue to be defined by statute  after relinquishment
 .   The  
   (d) The  appropriate governmental agency shall own, operate,
maintain, and sign the routes with the appropriate state route shield
number.   A  
   (e) A  route shall not be relinquished under this 
paragraph   section  in the absence of  an
agreement   the agreement required under subdivision (a)
 .
  SEC. 3.   Section 188.8 of the Streets and Highways Code is
amended to read: 
   188.8.  (a) From the funds programmed pursuant to Section 188, the
commission shall approve programs, program amendments, and fund
reservations so that funding is distributed to each county of County
Group No. 1 and in each county of County Group No. 2 during the
period commencing July 1, 1983, and ending June 30, 1988, and for the
period commencing July 1, 1988, and ending June 30, 1993, each
period of four years thereafter, not less than an amount computed as
follows:
   (1) The commission shall compute, for the five-year period and for
each of the four-year periods, an amount equal to 70 percent of the
funds for County Groups Nos. 1 and 2, respectively, as provided in
Section 188.
   (2) From the amount computed for County Group No. 1 in subdivision
(a) for the five-year period and each four-year period, the
commission shall determine the minimum amount of programming for each
county in the group based on a formula which is based 75 percent on
the population of the county to the total population of County Group
No. 1 and 25 percent on state highway miles  of the state highway
primary system and the state highway secondary system  in the
county to the total state highway miles  of the state highway
primary system and the state highway secondary system  in County
Group No. 1.
   (3) From the amount computed for County Group No. 2 in subdivision
(a) for the five-year period and each four-year period, the
commission shall determine the minimum amount of programming for each
county in the group based on a formula which is based 75 percent on
the population of the county to the total population of County Group
No. 2 and 25 percent on state highway miles  of the state highway
primary system and the state highway secondary system  in the
county to the total state highway miles  of the state highway
primary system and the state highway secondary system  in County
Group No. 2.
   (b) Notwithstanding subdivision (a), that portion of the county
population and state highway mileage in El Dorado and Placer Counties
that is included within the jurisdiction of the Tahoe Regional
Planning Agency shall be counted separately toward the area under the
jurisdiction of the Tahoe Regional Transportation Agency and shall
not be included in El Dorado and Placer Counties.  The commission
shall approve programs, program amendments, and fund reservations for
the area under the jurisdiction of the Tahoe Regional Transportation
Agency which shall be calculated using the formula described in
paragraph (2) of subdivision (a).
   (c) A county board of supervisors or, in Placer and El Dorado
Counties, a regional transportation agency designated in Section
29532 of the Government Code, may adopt a resolution to pool its
county minimum programming with adjacent counties adopting similar
resolutions.  The resolution shall provide for pooling the county
minimum programming in any of the pooling counties for a four-year
period and shall be submitted to the commission not later than May 1
immediately preceding the commencement of the four-year period.
   (d) For the purposes of this section, "project costs" consist of
any of the following:
   (1) The amount programmed for right-of-way, adjusted for final
estimates in the department's annual right-of-way plans, including
early hardship and protection acquisitions from 1982 or later against
the first year in which right-of-way funding is programmed.
   (2) The engineer's final estimate of project costs presented to
the commission for approval pursuant to Section 14533 of the
Government Code.
   (3) Project costs shown in the program, as amended where project
allocations have not yet been approved by the commission, escalated
to the date of scheduled project delivery.
   (4) Any preliminary, environmental, design, or construction
engineering costs programmed and allocated by the commission to local
agencies.
   (e) Project costs shall not be changed to reflect actual
right-of-way purchase costs or construction contract award amounts,
or for changes in construction expenditures.
   (f) For funding programmed prior to the 1990 State Transportation
Improvement Program, all project costs count in the fiscal year from
which the commission allocates funding; for funding programmed by the
commission in the 1990 State Transportation Improvement Program and
subsequently, all project costs count at the original year of
commission programming, regardless of subsequent changes in schedule
of project delivery.  The commission may designate in a program the
split funding of projects, with specified amounts or percentages of
the project's cost to be assigned to separate years or four-year
periods.  Nevertheless, additional funding programmed by the
commission to cover a cost increase greater than 120 percent of a
project's base cost pursuant to paragraph (1) of subdivision (f) of
Section 14529 of the Government Code shall be counted in the fiscal
year from which the commission programs the additional funding, and
any supplemental allocation of funds by commission vote shall be
counted in the year that vote occurs.
   (g) For the purpose of this section, the population in each county
is that determined by the last preceding federal census, or a
subsequent census validated by the Population Research Unit of the
Department of Finance, at the beginning of each four-year period.
   (h) For the purpose of this section, "state highway miles" means
the miles of state highways open to vehicular traffic at the
beginning of each four-year period.
   (i) It is the intent of the Legislature that there is to be
flexibility in programming under this section and Section 188 so
that, while ensuring that each county will receive an equitable share
of state dollars, the types of projects selected and the programs
from which they are funded may vary from county to county.   
  SEC. 4.   Article 3 (commencing with Section 300) of Chapter 2
of Division 1 of the Streets and Highways Code is repealed.

  SEC. 4.  
  SEC. 5.   Article 3 (commencing with Section 300) is added to
Chapter 2 of Division 1 of the Streets and Highways Code, to read:

      Article 3.  The State Highway Primary  System 
 and Secondary Systems 

   300.   (a)  To meet the state's growing transportation
needs, it is the intent of the Legislature in enacting this article
that the composition of the state highway primary system be an
interconnected network of routes designated as having statewide or
regional significance, that provide the greatest mobility in both
rural and urban areas, and that are generally characterized by higher
speed limits and limited access  control.
   The state highway primary system shall consist of routes described
in this article:
  SEC. 5.  Article 3.5 (commencing with Section 350) is added to
Chapter 2 of Division 1 of the Streets and Highways Code, to read:

      Article 3.5.  The State Highway Secondary System

   350.  The routes designated as highways of local significance
shall be included in the state highway secondary system.  The
secondary routes shall be signed   control.  The state
highway primary system shall consist of routes designated as "primary"
in this article.
   (b) The state highway secondary system shall consist of routes
designated as "secondary" in this article and shall include highways
that have been identified as highways of local significance.  The
secondary routes shall be signed  with the appropriate state
route shield and shall be owned, operated, and maintained by the
appropriate governmental agency that can be most responsive to the
public interests in the administration, planning, and construction of
that facility.  The department may negotiate relinquishment
agreements for any state highway secondary route or portions thereof
with the appropriate governmental agency.  The agreements may be used
by the California Transportation Commission to relinquish such
routes to the local agencies.  
   301.  (a) Route 1 (primary) is from:
   (1) Route 10 in Santa Monica to Route 101 near El Rio.
   (2) Route 101 at Emma Woods State Beach, 1.3 miles north of Route
33, to Route 101, 2.8 miles south of the Ventura-Santa Barbara county
line at Mobil Pier Undercrossing.
   (3) Route 101 near Las Cruces to Route 101 in Pismo Beach via the
vicinity of Lompoc, Vandenberg Air Force Base, and Guadalupe.
   (4) Route 101 in San Luis Obispo to Route 280 south of San
Francisco along the coast via Cambria, San Simeon, and Santa Cruz.
   (5) Route 101 near the southerly end of Marin Peninsula to Route
101 near Leggett via the coast route through Jenner and Westport.
   (b) Route 1 (secondary) is from:
   (1) Route 5 south of San Juan Capistrano to Route 10 in Santa
Monica.
   (2) Route 280 near the south boundary of the City and County of
San Francisco to Route 101 near the approach to the Golden Gate
Bridge in San Francisco.
   302.  (a) Route 2 (primary) is from:
   (1) Route 101 in Los Angeles to Route 210 in La Canada Flintridge
via Glendale.
   (2) Route 210 in La Canada Flintridge to Route 138 via Wrightwood.

   (b) Route 2 (secondary) is from Route 1 near Santa Monica to Route
101 in Los Angeles.
   303.  (a) Route 3 (primary) is from Route 299 near Weaverville to
Route 5 near Yreka via Main Street in Yreka.
   (b) Route 3 (secondary) is from:
   (1) Route 36 near Peanut to Route 299 near Douglas City.
   (2) Route 5 near Yreka to Montague.
   304.  Route 4 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 80 near Hercules to Route 5 in Stockton via north of
Concord and via Antioch.
   (b) Route 5 to Route 99.
   (c) Route 99 in Stockton to Route 49 at Altaville via the vicinity
of Copperopolis.
   (d) Route 49 in pAngels Camp to Route 89 near Markleeville via
Murphys, Calaveras Big Trees, Dorrington, and Bear Valley.
   305.  Route 5 (primary) is from the international boundary near
Tijuana to the Oregon state line via National City, San Diego, Los
Angeles, the westerly side of the San Joaquin Valley, Sacramento, and
Yreka.  Also passing near Santa Ana, Glendale, Woodland, and Red
Bluff.
   306.  Route 6 (primary) is from Route 395 near Bishop to the
Nevada state line near Montgomery Pass.
   307.  Route 7 (primary) is from the northerly boundary of the
Federal Port of Entry near Calexico to Route 8 near El Centro.
   308.  Route 8 (primary) is from:
   (a) Sunset Cliffs Boulevard to Route 5 in San Diego.
   (b) Route 5 in San Diego to Yuma via El Centro.
   309.  Route 9 (secondary) is from Route 1 near Santa Cruz to Route
17 near Los Gatos via Waterman Gap and Saratoga Gap and along the
ridge between the San Lorenzo and Pescadero Creeks.
   310.  Route 10 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 1 in Santa Monica to Route 5 near Seventh Street in Los
Angeles.
   (b) Route 101 near Mission Road in Los Angeles to the Arizona
state line at the Colorado River via the vicinity of Monterey Park,
Pomona, Colton, Indio, and Chiriaco Summit and via Blythe.
   311.  Route 11 (primary) is from the northerly border of the new
Federal Port of Entry and east of the Otay Mesa Port of Entry to near
the junction of Route 125 and Route 905.
   312.  (a) Route 12 (primary) is from:
   (1) Route 116 in Sebastopol to Route 121 near Sonoma via Santa
Rosa.
   (2) Route 29 in the vicinity of Napa to Route 80 near Cordelia.
   (3) Route 80 near Fairfield to Route 99 near Lodi via Rio Vista.
   (4) Route 99 near Lodi to Route 88 near Lockeford.
   (5) Route 88 near Clements to Route 49 near San Andreas.
   (b) Route 12 (secondary) is from Route 1 near Valley Ford to Route
116 in Sebastopol.
   313.  (a) Route 13 (primary) is from Route 580 to Route 24 near
Lake Temescal.
   (b) Route 13 (secondary) is from:
   (1) Route 61 near the Oakland International Airport to Route 580.

   (2) Route 24 near Lake Temescal to Route 61 near Emeryville.
   314.  (a) Route 14 (primary) is from:
   (1) Route 5 at Los Angeles near Tunnel Station to Route 58.
   (2) Route 58 to Route 395 near Little Lake via the vicinity of
Antelope Valley.
   (b) Route 14 (secondary) is from Route 1 north of the intersection
of Sunset Boulevard northwest of Santa Monica to Route 5 near Tunnel
Station.
   (c) Future widening of the existing roadway of Route 14 from a
point near the proposed Palmdale Airport to Route 5 shall be designed
by the Department of Transportation so as to reserve sufficient
space for exclusive or preferential lane facilities for mass transit
vehicles.
   315.  Route 15 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 5 in San Diego to Route 8.
   (b) Route 8 to the Nevada state line near Stateline, Nevada via
the vicinity of Temecula, Corona, Ontario, Victorville, and Barstow.

   316.  Route 16 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 20 to Route 5 near Woodland via Rumsey and Woodland.
   (b) Route 50 near Perkins to Route 49 near Drytown.
   317.  Route 17 (primary) is from Route 1 near Santa Cruz to Route
280 in San Jose.
   318.  (a) Route 18 (primary) is from:
   (1) Route 30 near San Bernardino to Route 15 in Victorville via
Big Bear Lake.
   (2) Route 15 near Victorville to Route 138 near Pearblossom.
   (b) Route 18 (secondary) is from Route 10 near San Bernardino to
Route 30.
   319.  Route 19 (secondary) is from Route 1 near Long Beach to
Route 164 near Pico Rivera.
   320.  Route 20 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 1 near Fort Bragg to Route 101 at Willits.
   (b) Route 101 to Route 80 near Emigrant Gap via Williams and
Colusa.
   322.  (a) Route 22 (primary) is from:
   (1) Studebaker Road to Route 405.
   (2) Route 405 to Route 55 near Orange.
   (b) Route 22 (secondary) is from Route 1 near Long Beach to
Studebaker Road.
   323.  (a) Route 23 (primary) is from:
   (1) Route 101 in Thousand Oaks to Route 118.
   (2) Route 118 to Route 126 near Fillmore.
   (b) Route 23 (secondary) is from Route 1 near Aliso Canyon to
Route 101.
   324.  (a) Route 24 (primary) is from Route 580 in Oakland to Route
680 in Walnut Creek.
   (b) Route 24 (secondary) is from Route 680 in Walnut Creek to
Route 4 near Pittsburg.
   325.  Route 25 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 198 to Route 156 in Hollister.
   (b) Route 156 in Hollister to Route 101 near Gilroy.
   326.  (a) Route 26 (primary) is from Route 99 in Stockton to Route
12 at Valley Springs.
   (b) Route 26 (secondary) is from Route 12 to Route 88 near Pioneer
Station via Mokelumne Hill and West Point.
   327.  Route 27 (primary) is from Route 1 near Topanga Beach to
Route 118.
   328.  Route 28 (primary) is from Route 89 at Tahoe City along the
northern boundary of Lake Tahoe to the Nevada state line at Crystal
Bay.
   329.  Route 29 (primary) is from Route 80 near Vallejo to Route 20
near Upper Lake via the vicinity of Napa, via Calistoga, via Lower
Lake, passing south of Kelseyville and Lakeport.
   330.  Route 30 (primary) is from Route 210 near San Dimas to Route
10 in Redlands via the vicinity of Highland.
   332.  Route 32 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 5 near Orland to Route 99 near Chico.
   (b) Route 99 near Chico to Route 36.
   333.  (a) Route 33 (primary) is from:
   (1) Route 101 near Ventura to Route 150.
   (2) Route 150 to Route 166 in Maricopa via the vicinity of Cuyama
Valley.
   (b) Route 33 (secondary) is from:
   (1) Route 166 in Maricopa to Route 5 near Oilfields via Coalinga.

   (2) Route 5 to Route 152 via the vicinity of Mendota.
   (3) Route 152 west of Los Banos to Route 5 near Santa Nella.
   (4) Route 5 near Santa Nella to Route 140.
   (5) Route 140 to Route 5 near Vernalis.
   333.1.  Notwithstanding Section 253.3, no portion of the adopted
Route 33 freeway between Foster Park and Cozy Dell Canyon Road shall
be constructed as a freeway or expressway until a transportation
corridor study, on a transportation corridor approximating such
portion of the adopted Route 33 freeway, is undertaken and carried to
a conclusion by the department in cooperation with the affected
local governing agencies, including the County of Ventura and the
City of Ojai, and a plan of action for fulfilling the corridor
transportation needs has been mutually agreed upon by the parties
conducting the study.
   The transportation corridor study shall, when undertaken, follow a
process which includes community involvement and participation in
reaching a finding on the transportation needs, and in selection of
the optimum means of fulfilling those needs, for the corridor and its
related service area.
   334.  Route 34 (secondary) is from Route 1 between Point Mugu and
the City of Oxnard to Route 118 near Somis.
   335.  Route 35 (secondary) is from:
   (a) Route 17 at Summit Road to Route 92 via Skyline Boulevard.
   (b) Route 92 to Route 280 at Bunker Hill Drive.
   (c) Route 280 via Skyline Boulevard to Route 1 in San Francisco.
   336.  (a) Route 36 (primary) is from Route 101 near Alton to Route
395 near Johnsonville passing near Forest Glen via Red Bluff and
Mineral, via the vicinity of Morgan Summit, and via Susanville.
   (b) Route 36 (secondary) is from Route 139 north of Susanville to
Route 395 near Termo.
   337.  (a) Route 37 (primary) is from Route 101 near Novato to
Route 80 near Lake Chabot via the vicinity of Sears Point and via the
former Sears Point Toll Road.
   (b) Route 37 (secondary) is from Route 251 near Nicasia to Route
101 near Novato.
   338.  Route 38 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 10 near Redlands to Route 18 near Baldwin Lake via
Barton Flats.
   (b) Route 18 near Baldwin Lake along the north side of Big Bear
Lake to Route 18 near the west end of Big Bear Lake.
   339.  Route 39 (secondary) is from:
   (a) Route 1 near Huntington Beach to Route 72 in La Habra via
Beach Boulevard.
   (b) Beach Boulevard to Harbor Boulevard in La Habra via Whittier
Boulevard.
   (c) Whittier Boulevard in La Habra to Route 2 via Harbor Boulevard
to the vicinity of Fullerton Road, then to Azusa Avenue, Azusa
Avenue to San Gabriel Canyon Road, San Gabriel Avenue southbound
between Azusa Avenue and San Gabriel Canyon Road,
                      and San Gabriel Canyon Road.
   The department shall not assume maintenance of any portion of
Route 39 until such portion has been constructed or reconstructed to
the minimum state highway standards established pursuant to Section
81 and 2109.
   340.  Route 40 (primary) is from Route 15 at Barstow to the
Arizona state line near Topock, Arizona, via Needles.
   341.  Route 41 (primary) is from:
   (1) Route 1 in Morro Bay to Route 46.
   (2) Route 46 to Route 99 in Fresno.
   (3) Route 99 in Fresno to Yosemite National Park.
   343.  Route 43 (secondary) is from:
   (a) Route 119 to Route 46 in Wasco.
   (b) Route 46 in Wasco to Route 99 near Selma.
   344.  Route 44 (primary) is from Route 5 at Redding to Route 36
west of Susanville, via the vicinity of Lassen Volcanic National
Park.
   345.  Route 45 (secondary) is from:
   (a) Route 113 near Knights Landing to Route 20 near Sycamore.
   (b) Route 20 near Colusa to Route 32 near Hamilton City.
   346.  Route 46 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 1 near Cambria to Route 101 near Paso Robles.
   (b) Route 101 in Paso Robles to Route 99 near Famoso via Cholame
Pass.
   347.  Route 47 (primary) is from Route 110 in San Pedro to Route
10 via the Vincent Thomas Bridge.
   347.1.  (a) Route 47 shall also include that portion of Henry Ford
Avenue from Route 47 to Alameda Street and that portion of Alameda
Street from Henry Ford Avenue to Route 91.
   (b) Route 47 shall not include that portion of the adopted route
from Route 1 to Willow Street and that portion of the adopted
alignment from Willow Street to Route 405.
   348.  Route 48 (secondary) is from Route 14 near Lancaster to
Route 122 near the San Bernardino county line.
   349.  Route 49 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 41 near Oakhurst to Route 140 at Mariposa.
   (b) Route 140 at Mariposa to Route 120 near Moccasin.
   (c) Route 120 near Chinese Camp to Route 80 near Auburn via the
vicinity of Sonora; via Angels Camp, San Andreas, and Jackson; and
via the vicinity of El Dorado, Diamond Springs, and Placerville.
   (d) Route 80 near Auburn to Route 20 in Grass Valley.
   (e) Route 20 at Nevada City to Route 89 near Sattley via
Downieville.
   (f) Route 89 near Sierraville to Route 70 near Vinton via
Loyalton.
   350.  Route 50 (primary) is from Route 80 west of Sacramento to
the Nevada state line near Lake Tahoe via Placerville.
   351.  Route 51 (primary) is from Route 50 in Sacramento to Route
80 east of Sacramento.
   351.1.  Notwithstanding Section 640, Route 51 shall be signed as
Interstate Business Loop 80.
   352.  Route 52 (primary) is from Route 5 east of La Jolla to Route
67 near Santee.
   353.  Route 53 (primary) is from Route 29 to Route 20 via
Clearlake.
   354.  Route 54 (primary) is from Route 5 near Sweetwater River to
Route 8 near El Cajon.
   355.  Route 55 (primary) is from Newport Beach to Route 91 in
Santa Ana Canyon.
   356.  (a) Route 56 (primary) is from Route 5 north of La Jolla to
Route 15.
   (b) Route 56 (secondary) is from Route 15 to Route 67.
   357.  Route 57 (primary) is from:
   (1) Route 1 near Huntington Beach to Route 22 near Santa Ana.
   (2) Route 5 near Santa Ana to Route 60 near Industry.
   (3) Route 60 near Industry to Route 210 near Route 10 and Pomona.

   358.  (a) Route 58 (primary) is from:
   (1) Route 5 to Route 43.
   (2) Route 43 to Route 99.
   (3) Route 99 to Route 15 near Barstow via Bakersfield and Mojave.

   (b) Route 58 (secondary) is from:
   (1) Route 101 near Santa Margarita to Route 33
   (2) Route 33 to Route 5.
   359.  Route 59 (secondary) is from:
   (a) Route 152 northerly to Route 99 near Merced.
   (b) Route 99 near Merced to Snelling.
   360.  Route 60 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 10 near Los Angeles River in Los Angeles to Route 215 in
Riverside via Pomona.
   (b) Route 215 near Moreno Valley to Route 10 near Beaumont.
   361.  (a) Route 61 (secondary) is from Route 84 near Newark to
Route 580 near Albany via the vicinity of San Leandro and Oakland
International Airport and via Alameda.
   (b) No portion of Route 61 shall be constructed as a freeway north
of Hegenberger Road.
   362.  Route 62 (primary) is from Route 10 near Whitewater to the
Arizona state line near Earp via Morongo Valley, the vicinity of
Yucca Valley, Twentynine Palms, Rice, and Vidal Junction.
   363.  Route 63 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 137 near Tulare to Route 198.
   (b) Route 198 to Route 180 via the vicinity of Orosi and Orange
Cove.
   364.  Route 64 (secondary) is from Route 1 near Malibu Beach to
Route 5 south of San Fernando.
   365.  (a) Route 65 (primary) is from:
   (1) Route 99 near Bakersfield to Route 198 near Exeter.
   (2) Route 80 near Roseville to Route 70 near Marysville.
   (3) Route 70 near Marysville to Route 99 in or near Yuba City.
   (b) Route 65 (secondary) is from Route 198 near Exeter to Route 80
near Roseville on a route along the easterly side of the San Joaquin
Valley, which route may include all or portions of any existing
state highway route.
   366.  Route 66 (secondary) is from Route 30 near San Dimas to
Route 215 in San Bernardino.
   367.  Route 67 (primary) is from Route 8 near El Cajon to Route 78
near Ramona.
   368.  (a) Route 68 (primary) is from Route 1 in  Monterey to Route
101 near Salinas.
   (b) Route 68 (secondary) is from Asilomar Beach State Park to
Route 1.
   370.  Route 70 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 99 near Catlett Road to Route 20 in Marysville.
   (b) Route 20 in Marysville to Route 395 near Hallelujah Junction
via Quincy and Beckworth Pass.
   371.  Route 71 (primary) is from Route 210 to Route 91 via Pomona
and Chino Hills.
   372.  Route 72 (secondary) is from Route 39 to Atlantic Boulevard
near the City of Los Angeles, except as follows:
   (a) Route 72 shall cease to be a state highway when Route 90
freeway is completed from Route 5 to Route 39.
   (b) Notwithstanding subdivision (a), any portion of Route 72 from
Route 605 to Atlantic Boulevard shall cease to be a state highway
when the County of Los Angeles, the City of Montebello, and the City
of Pico Rivera complete the reconstruction of their respective
portions of Whittier Boulevard approximately between these two
limits.
   373.  (a) Route 73 (primary) is from Route 5 near San Juan
Capistrano to Route 405 via the San Joaquin Hills.
   (b) MacArthur Boulevard from Route 1 near Corona del Mar to San
Diego Creek in Irvine shall cease to be a state highway when the
Route 73 freeway, as described above, is completed.
   374.  (a) Route 74 (primary) is from:
   (1) Route 5 near San Juan Capistrano to Route 15 near Lake
Elsinore.
   (2) Route 15 near Lake Elsinore to Route 215 near Perris.
   (3) Route 215 near Perris to Route 111 in Palm Desert via Hemet.
   (b) Route 74 (secondary) is from Route 111 in Palm Desert to Route
10 near Thousand Palms.
   375.  (a) Route 75 (primary) is from Route 282 to Route 5 via the
San Diego-Coronado Toll Bridge.
   (b) Route 75 (secondary) is from Route 5 to Route 282 via the
Silver Strand.
   376.  (a) Route 76 (primary) is from Route 5 near Oceanside to
Route 15.
   (b) Route 76 (secondary) is from Route 15 to Route 79 near Lake
Henshaw.
   377.  Route 77 (secondary) is from:
   (a) Route 880 near 42nd Avenue to a connection with Route 580 near
High Street in Oakland.
   (b) Route 580 in Oakland to Route 24 near Lafayette.
   378.  (a) Route 78 (primary) is from:
   (1) Route 5 near Oceanside to Route 15 near Escondido.
   (2) Route 15 near Escondido to Route 86 passing near Ramona, Santa
Ysabel, and Julian.
   (3) Route 86 near Brawley to Route 10 near Blythe.
   (b) The portion of the route described in paragraph (3) of
subdivision (a) between the easterly junction of Route 115 and the
Imperial-Riverside county line shall be known and designated as the
Ben Hulse Highway.
   379.  Route 79 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 8 near Descanso to Route 78 near Julian.
   (b) Route 78 near Santa Ysabel to Route 15 near Temecula.
   (c) Route 15 near Temecula to Route 74 near Hemet.
   (d) Route 74 near Hemet to Route 10 near Beaumont.
   380.  Route 80 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 101 near Division Street in San Francisco to Route 280
near First Street in San Francisco.
   (b) Route 280 near First Street in San Francisco to the Nevada
state line near Verdi, Nevada, passing near Oakland, via Albany, via
Sacramento, passing near Roseville, via Auburn, via Emigrant Gap, via
Truckee and via the Truckee River Canyon.
   380.3.  (a) There will be increased motor vehicle traffic on San
Pablo Avenue in the County of Contra Costa and the Cities of El
Cerrito, Richmond, San Pablo, Pinole, and Hercules because traffic
will be detoured onto San Pablo Avenue during construction work on
State Route 80 to convert the existing shoulder to additional traffic
lanes.  Because of the increased traffic caused by the detour, the
department may pay annually to that county and each of those cities
the added costs of maintenance and operation of San Pablo Avenue.
   (b) This section shall remain in effect only until the department
certifies to the Secretary of State that construction is complete on
the project on State Route 80 in Contra Costa County to convert the
existing shoulder to additional traffic lanes, and as of the date of
that certification is repealed.
   380.4.  (a) The Legislature finds and declares that there will be
increased traffic on San Pablo Avenue in the Cities of Richmond, San
Pablo, Pinole, Hercules, and El Cerrito, and other portions of San
Pablo Avenue in the County of Contra Costa by motor vehicles detoured
because of construction work on Route 80 in Contra Costa County.
   (b) It is the intent of the Legislature in enacting this section
that the state share in the cost of maintaining and operating San
Pablo Avenue to the extent that it is used as an alternative to Route
80 during construction. It is the further intent of the Legislature
that the department pay up to the amount authorized in this section
to the County of Contra Costa and to each city specified in
subdivision (a).
   (c) During the period of construction, the department may pay
annually to the County of Contra Costa and to each of the cities
specified in subdivision (a) for the added costs of maintenance and
operation of San Pablo Avenue.  The total obligation of the
department for this purpose shall not exceed seventy-five thousand
dollars ($75,000) per year, adjusted for inflation, as reflected by a
change in a national or regional index that measures the rate of
inflation, as determined by the department.
   (d) This section shall remain in effect only until the commission
certifies to the Secretary of State that construction is complete on
the project on Route 80 in Contra Costa County to convert the
existing shoulder to additional traffic lanes, and as of the date of
that certification is repealed.
   381.  Route 81 (secondary) is from Route 215 east of Riverside to
Route 15 south of Devore.
   382.  Route 82 (secondary) is from Route 101 near Blossom Hill
Road in San Jose to Route 280 in San Francisco.
   383.  Route 83 (secondary) is from Route 71 to Route 30 near
Upland.
   384.  (a) Route 84 (primary) is from:
   (1) Route 280 to Route 101 at Woodside Road in Redwood City.
   (2) Route 101 at Marsh Road in Menlo Park to Route 880.
   (3) Route 880 to Route 238.
   (4) Route 238 to Route 680 near Scotts Corners via the vicinity of
Sunol.
   (5) Route 680 near Scotts Corners to Route 580 in Livermore.
   (b) Route 84 (secondary) is from:
   (1) Route 1 near San Gregorio to Route 280.
   (2) Route 580 in Livermore to Route 4 near Brentwood.
   (3) Route 12 at Rio Vista to Route 80 near Bryte via Ryer Island.

   384.1.  The inclusion of Route 84 from Route 238 to Route 680 near
Sunol in the state scenic highway system pursuant to Section 263.5
does not prohibit the use of railroad rights-of-way located in that
scenic corridor for transportation purposes.
   385.  Route 85 (primary) is from Route 101 near Bernal Road in San
Jose to Route 101 near Moffett Boulevard in Mountain View.
   386.  (a) Route 86 (primary) is from Route 78 near Brawley to
Route 10 in Indio.
   (b) Route 86 (secondary) is from:
   (1) Route 111 to Route 8 near El Centro.
   (2) Route 8 near El Centro to Route 78 near Brawley.
   387.  Route 87 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 85 in the vicinity of Santa Teresa Boulevard to Route
101 in the vicinity of Guadalupe River.
   (b) San Jose easterly of Route 101 to Route 237.
   388.  Route 88 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 99 near Stockton to Route 49 passing south of Ione.
   (b) Route 49 in Jackson to the Nevada state line via Pine Grove,
Silver Lake, and Kirkwood.
   389.  Route 89 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 395 near Coleville to Route 88 via the vicinity of
Markleeville.
   (b) Route 88 near Picketts Junction to Route 50 near Meyers.
   (c) Route 50 near May's Junction to Route 80 via Tallac, Emerald
Bay, McKinney's, Tahoe City, and the Truckee River.
   (d) Route 80 near Truckee to Route 70 near Blairsden.
   (e) Route 70 near Indian Falls to Route 36 near Deer Creek Pass.
   (f) Route 36 near Morgan Summit to Lassen Volcanic National Park.

   (g) Route 44 to Route 5 near Mt. Shasta.
   390.  (a) Route 90 (primary) is from Route 1 northwest of the Los
Angeles International Airport to Route 405.
   (b) Route 90 (secondary) is from Route 405 to Route 91 in Santa
Ana Canyon passing near La Habra.
   391.  (a) Route 91 (primary) is from Route 110 near Gardena to
Route 215 in Riverside via Santa Ana Canyon.
   (b) Route 91 (secondary) is from Route 1 near Hermosa Beach to
Route 110 near Gardena.
   392.  (a) Route 92 (primary) is from:
   (1) Route 1 near Half Moon Bay to Route 280.
   (2) Route 280 to Route 238.
   (b) Route 92 (secondary) is from Route 238 to Route 580 near
Castro Valley and Hayward.
   393.  Route 93 (secondary) is from:
   (a) Route 77 near Moraga to Route 24 near Orinda.
   (b) Route 24 near Orinda to Route 80 in Richmond and Pinole.
   (c) Route 80 to Route 580 in Richmond via San Pablo and north
Richmond.
   394.  (a) Route 94 (primary) is from Route 5 near San Diego to
Route 188 near Tecate.
   (b) Route 94 (secondary) is from Route 188 near Tecate to Route 8
west of Jacumba via Campo.
   395.  Route 95 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 10 near Blythe to Route 40 near Needles.
   (b) Route 40 west of Needles northerly to the Nevada state line.
   396.  Route 96 (secondary) is from Route 299 near Willow Creek via
the vicinity of Weitchpec to Route 5 near the confluence of the
Shasta and Klamath Rivers.
   397.  Route 97 (primary) is from Route 5 in Weed to the Oregon
state line near Dorris.
   398.  Route 98 (secondary) is from Route 8 near Coyote Wells to
Route 8 via Calexico.
   399.  Route 99 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 5 south of Bakersfield to Route 50 in Sacramento.
   (b) Route 5 in Sacramento to Route 36 near Red Bluff, passing near
Catlett and Tudor.
   400.  Route 100 (secondary) is from the junction of Routes 1 and
17 to Route 1 west of the San Lorenzo River via the beach area in
Santa Cruz.
   401.  (a) Route 101 (primary) is from:
   (1) Route 5 near Seventh Street in Los Angeles to Route 80 near
Division Street in San Francisco via Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo,
and Salinas.
   (2) A point in Marin County opposite San Francisco to the Oregon
state line via Crescent City.
   (b) Route 101 (secondary) is from Route 80 near Division Street in
San Francisco to the junction of Route 1, Funston approach, and the
approach to the Golden Gate Bridge in the Presidio of San Francisco.

   401.1.  (a) The department, in consultation with the City and
County of San Francisco, shall identify reasonable and practical
alternatives for repairing the existing portions of Route 101 in the
City and County of San Francisco that were damaged during the 1989
Loma Prieta Earthquake and which were closed to traffic.  The
department shall identify and evaluate the costs and benefits of each
alternative, including, but not limited to, the air quality and
noise impacts.
   (b) The department shall hold at least two public meetings in the
development of the alternatives.
   (c) Upon completion of the evaluation of the alternatives, the
department may proceed with the repair or replacement of the damaged
portions, if the selected alternative is approved by a resolution of
the city and county.
   (d) The total amount of state and federal funds to be expended by
the department for the repair or replacement of the damaged portions
approved by the city and county pursuant to this section shall not
exceed the amount of state and federal funds which would have
otherwise been expended by the department to restore the damaged
portions to their previous capacity.
   402.  Route 102 (primary) is from Route 5 near Elkhorn to Route 80
near Auburn.
   403.  Route 103 (primary) is from Route 47 in Los Angeles to Route
1.
   404.  Route 104 (secondary) is from:
   (a) Route 99 near Arno to Route 88 near Ione.
   (b) Route 88 west of Martell to Route 88 southwest of Pine Grove
via the vicinity of Sutter Creek.
   405.  Route 105 (primary) is from Pershing Drive near El Segundo
to Route 605.
   405.1.  The department may let, in an economically depressed area,
as defined in subdivision (b) of Section 135.4, and without
competitive bidding, contracts for the maintenance of the portion of
the right-of-way bounded by Imperial Highway, Alameda Street, 120th
Street, and the Harbor Freeway (Route 110), and improvements thereon,
acquired for Route 105 and for any other work necessary to insure
that the right-of-way is kept in a safe and sanitary condition and
does not become a blight in the community.
   407.  Route 107 (secondary) is from Route 1 near Torrance to Route
405 near Lawndale.
   408.  (a) Route 108 (primary) is from:
   (1) Route 132 in Modesto to Route 120 in Oakdale.
   (2) Route 120 near Yosemite Junction to Route 49 south of
Jamestown.
   (3) Route 49 to Route 395 via the vicinity of Sonora and Long
Barn.
   (b) Route 108 (secondary) is from Route 5 near Crows Landing to
Route 99.
   409.  (a) Route 109 (secondary) is from Route 84 to Route 101.
   (b) The department is not responsible for the maintenance or
operation of Route 109, except for that segment between Notre Dame
Avenue in East Palo Alto and Route 84, nor shall the redesignation of
Route 109 by the act which added this subdivision constitute a
commitment for future construction of any highway projects on that
route.  Funds shall not be allocated to any Route 109 project, other
than a project on the segment between Notre Dame Avenue in East Palo
Alto and Route 84, until the commission has first allocated funds to
all projects contained in the 1988 State Transportation Improvement
Program which are not deleted from future programs, and construction
begins on those projects.
   (c) No study and analysis of any proposed segment of Route 109
shall be conducted without the involvement of the governing body of
any city or county through which the segment would pass as an active
participant in the study and analysis.  However, nothing in this
subdivision shall preclude the department from conducting such a
study and analysis.  Furthermore, no segment may be included in any
plan for future Route 109 construction unless the segment is approved
by each of those governing bodies.
   410.  Route 110 (primary) is from San Pedro to Colorado Boulevard
in Pasadena.
   411.  (a) Route 111 (primary) is from:
   (1) The international boundary south of Calexico to Route 78 near
Brawley, passing east of Heber.
   (2) Route 78 near Brawley to Route 86 via the north shore of the
Salton Sea.
   (b) Route 111 (secondary) is from Route 10 near Indio to Route 10
near Whitewater, passing near Palm Desert.
   411.5.  Upon a determination by the commission that it is in the
best interests of the state to do so, the commission may, upon terms
and conditions approved by it, relinquish a portion of Route 111 to a
city in which that portion of the highway is located, if the city
has agreed to accept it.  The relinquishment shall be effective on
the day immediately following the commission's approval of the terms
and conditions.
   412.  Route 112 (secondary) is from Route 61 to Route 185 in San
Lorenzo.
   413.  (a) Route 113 (primary) is from Route 80 near Davis to Route
5 near Woodland.
   (b) Route 113 (secondary) is from:
   (1) Route 12 to Route 80 near Dixon.
   (2) Route 5 near Woodland to Route 99.
   414.  Route 114 (secondary) is from Route 101 in East Palo Alto to
Route 84.
   415.  Route 115 (secondary) is from:
   (a) Route 8 southeasterly of Holtville to Route 78.
   (b) Route 78 east of Brawley to Route 111 at Calipatria.
   416.  Route 116 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 1 near Jenner to Route 101 near Cotati.
   (b) Route 101 near Petaluma to Route 121 near Schellville.
   418.  Route 118 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 126 near Saticoy to Route 210 near San Fernando.
   (b) Route 210 near Sunland to Route 249 north of La Canada.
   418.3.  The commission is requested to grant high priority for
construction on uncompleted portions of Route 118 for which no
construction contract has been awarded, in order to enable the
department to award other major construction contracts, so that
construction may proceed without delay on the route until it is
completed, unless precluded therefrom by any conditions beyond the
department's control.
   418.4.  (a) In recognition of the fact that increased motor
vehicle traffic uses Madera Road and Olsen Road in the City of Simi
Valley to traverse between Routes 118 and 23, the department may pay
up to ten thousand dollars ($10,000) annually to the city of the
added costs of maintenance and operation of those two roads.  The
payment shall be made from funds appropriated to the department for
the maintenance of state highways.
   (b) This section shall become inoperative upon certification by
the department that construction is complete on the 1985 State
Transportation Improvement Program project on Route 23 in Ventura
County which provides the freeway-to-freeway connection with Route
118.
   419.  Route 119 (secondary) is from Route 33 at Taft to Route 99
near Greenfield.
   420.  (a) Route 120 (primary) is from:
   (1) Route 5 near Mosdale to the west boundary of Yosemite National
Park via the vicinity of Manteca and Oakdale, and via Big Oak Flat
and Buck Meadows.
   (2) The east boundary of Yosemite National Park to Route 395 near
Mono Lake.
   (b) Route 120 (secondary) is from Route 395 near Mono Lake to
Route 6 near Benton Station.
   421.  Route 121 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 37 near Sears Point to Route 29 near Napa.
   (b) Route 29 in Napa to Route 128.
   422.  Route 122 (secondary) is from:
   (a) Route 14 south of Palmdale to Route 138.
   (b) Route 138 to Route 48.
   (c) Route 48 northeasterly to Route 58.
   423.  Route 123 (secondary) is from Route 580 at San Pablo Avenue
in Oakland to Route 80 in Richmond at Cutting Boulevard.
   424.  Route 124 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 88 south of Ione to Route 104.
   (b) Route 104 to Route 16 near Waits Station.
   425.  Route 125 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 905 near Brown Field to Route 54.
   (b) Route 54 to Route 94 near La Mesa.
   (c) Route 94 near La Mesa to Route 56.
   426.  (a) Route 126 (primary) is from:
   (1) Route 101 near Ventura to Route 5.
   (2) Route 5 to Route 14 near Solomint.
   (b) Route 126 from Route 101 near Ventura to Route 5 shall be
known and designated as the Santa Paula Freeway.
   427.  Route 127 (primary) is from Route 15 near Baker to the
Nevada state line via the vicinity of Death Valley Junction.
   428.  Route 128 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 1 near the mouth of the Navarro River to Route 101 near
Cloverdale.
   (b) Route 101 to Route 29 in Calistoga.
   (c) Route 29 near Rutherford to Route 113 near Davis via Sage
Canyon.
   429.  Route 129 (secondary) is from Route 1 near Watsonville to
Route 101 in San Benito County.
   430.  Route 130 (secondary) is from Route 101 in San Jose to Route
33 near Patterson via the vicinity of Mount Hamilton.
   431.  Route 131 (secondary) is from Route 101 to Tiburon.
   432.  Route 132 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 580 west of Vernalis to Route 99 at Modesto.
   (b) Route 99 to Route 49.
   433.  Route 133 (primary) is from Route 1 near Laguna Beach to
Route 5 near Irvine.
   434.  Route 134 (primary) is from Route 101 near Riverside Drive
easterly to Route 210 via the vicinity of Glendale.
   435.  Route 135 (secondary) is from:
   (a) Route 101 near Los Alamos to Route 1 south of Orcutt.
   (b) Route 1 near Orcutt to Route 101 in Santa Maria.
   436.  Route 136 (primary) is from Route 395 near Lone Pine to
Route 190 via Keeler.
   437.  Route 137 (secondary) is from Route 43 near Corcoran to
Route 65 near Lindsay via Tulare.
   438.  Route 138 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 5 near Gorman to Route 14 near Lancaster.
   (b) Route 14 near Palmdale to Route 18 near Crestline.
   439.  Route 139 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 36 in Susanville to Route 299 near Adin.
   (b) Route 299 near Canby to the Oregon state line near Hatfield.
   440.  Route 140 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 5 near Gustine to Route 99 near Merced.
   (b) Route 99 near Merced to Yosemite National Park near El Portal
via Mariposa.
   442.  Route 142 (secondary) is from:
   (a) Route 90 near Brea to Route 71 near Chino.
   (b) Route 71 near Chino to Route 30 near Upland.
   443.  Route 143 (secondary) is from Route 99 near Elk Grove to
Route 244 near Carmichael.
   444.  Route 144 (secondary) is from Route 101 in Santa Barbara to
Route 192 via Sycamore Canyon.
   445.  Route 145 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 5 near Oilfields to Route 99 near Madera, passing near
Five Points and Kerman.
   (b) Route 99 near Madera to Route 41.
   446.  (a) Route 146 (primary) is from Route 101 near Soledad to
Pinnacles National Monument.
   (b) Route 146 (secondary) is from Pinnacles National Monument to
Route 25 in Bear Valley.
   447.  Route 147 (secondary) is from Route 89 near Canyon Dam to
Route 36 near Westwood.
   448.  Route 148 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 5 near Sacramento to Route 143 south of Route 16.
   (b) Route 143 south of Route 16 to Route 65.
   449.  Route 149 (primary) is from Route 70 near Wicks Corner to
Route 99 south of Chico.
   450.  Route 150 (secondary) is from Route 101 near the
Ventura-Santa Barbara county line to Route 126 near Santa Paula.
   451.  Route 151 (secondary) is from Shasta Dam to Route 5 near
Project City.
   452.  (a) Route 152 (primary) is from Route 101 near Gilroy to
Route 65 near Sharon via Pacheco Pass.
   (b) Route 152 (secondary) is from Route 1 near Watsonville via
Hecker Pass to Route 101 in Gilroy.
   453.  Route 153 (secondary) is from Route 49 near Coloma to
Marshall's Monument.
   454.  Route 154 (primary) is from Route 101 near Zaca to Route 101
near Santa Barbara via San Marcos Pass.
   455.  Route 155 (secondary) is from Route 99 near Delano to Route
178 near Isabella via Glennville.
   456.  Route 156 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 1 near Castroville to Route 101 near Prunedale.
   (b) Route 101 to Route 152 passing near San Juan Bautista and
Hollister.
   458.  Route 158 (secondary) is from Route 395 near June Lake to
Route 395 near Rush Creek, via the vicinity of June Lake, Silver
Lake, and Grant Lake.
   460.  (a) Route 160 (primary) is from Route 4 near Antioch to
Route 5 in Sacramento.
   (b) Route 160 (secondary) is from Route 5 in Sacramento to Route
51 in Sacramento
   461.  Route 161 (primary) is from Route 97 near Dorris to Route
139 near Hatfield.
   462.  Route 162 (secondary) is from:
   (a) Route 101 near Longvale to Route 5 near Willows via the
vicinity of Covelo and Mendocino Pass.
   (b) Route 5 near Willows to Route 45.
   (c) Route 45 to Route 99 near Biggs.
   (d) Route 99 near Richvale to Route 70 near Oroville.
   (e) Route 70 near Oroville to Foreman Creek Road via Bidwell Bar
Bridge.
   463.  Route 163 (primary) is from Route 5 near Balboa Park in San
Diego to Route 15 near Miramar Naval Air Station.
   464.  Route 164 (secondary) is from Route 605 near Pico Rivera to
Route 210 near Pasadena.
   465.  Route 165 (secondary) is from Route 5 south of Los Banos to
Route 99 near Turlock.
   466.  Route 166 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 1 near Guadalupe to Route 101 in Santa Maria.
   (b) Route 101 near Santa Maria to Route 33 in Cuyama Valley.
   (c) Route 33 near Maricopa easterly to Route 99.
   467.  Route 167 (secondary) is from Route 395 north of Mono Lake
to the Nevada state line in the vicinity of the Pole Line Road.
   468.  (a) Route 168 (primary) is from:
   (1) Fresno to Huntington Lake.
   (2) Camp Sabrina to Route 395.
   (b) Route 168 (secondary) is from Route 395 at Big Pine to Route
266 at Oasis.
   469.  (a) Route 169 (secondary) is from Route 101 near Klamath to
Route 96 near Weitchpec.
   (b) Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 81, the department
may maintain a traversable highway located in portions of the area
between the termini of, and approximately on, Route 169 even though
the highway is not continuous.
   470.  (a) Route 170 (primary) is from Route 101 near Riverside
Drive to Route 5 near Tujunga Wash.
   (b) Route 170 (secondary) is from:
   (a) Los Angeles International Aiport to Route 90.
   (b) Route 2 to Route 101 in Los Angeles.
   472.  Route 172 (secondary) is from Route 36 at Mineral to Route
36 near Morgan Summit.
   473.  Route 173 (secondary) is from Route 138 to Route 18 via Lake
Arrowhead.
   474.  Route 174 (secondary) is from Route 80 near Colfax to Route
20 near Grass Valley.
   475.  Route 175 (secondary) is from:
   (a) Route 101 at Hopland to Route 29 near Lakeport.
   (b) Route 29 near Kelseyville to Route 29 at Middletown.
   477.  Route 177 (secondary) is from Route 10 near Desert Center to
Route 62 near Granite Pass.
   478.  (a) Route 178 (primary) is from:
   (1) Bakersfield to Route 14 near Freeman via Walker Pass.
   (2) Route 14 near Freeman to the vicinity of the San
Bernardino/Kern county line.
   (b) Route 178 (secondary) is from:
   (1) The vicinity of the San Bernardino/Kern county line to Route
127.
   (2) Route 127 to the Nevada state line in Pahrump Valley.
   479.  Route 179 (secondary) is from Route 80 near Vacaville to
Route 128 near Berryessa Reservoir.
   480.  Route 180 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 25 near Paicines to Route 5.
   (b) Route 5 to Route 99 passing near Mendota.
   (c) Route 99 near Fresno to the General Grant Grove section of
Kings Canyon National Park.
   (d) The General Grant Grove section of Kings Canyon National Park
to Kings Canyon National Park boundary near Cedar Grove.
   481.  Route 181 (secondary) is from Route 116 near Forestville to
Route 101.
   482.  Route 182 (secondary) is from Route 395 near Bridgeport to
the Nevada state line via Walker River.
   483.  Route 183 (primary) is from Route 101 in Salinas to Route 1
near Castroville.
   484.  Route 184 (primary) is from Route 223 near Weed Patch to
Route 178.
   485.  Route 185 (secondary) is from Route 92 in Hayward to Route
77 in Oakland.
   486.  Route 186 (secondary) is from the international boundary
near Algodones to Route 8.
   487.  Route 187 (secondary) is from Lincoln Boulevard to Route 10
via Venice Boulevard;  provided that, prior to the construction of
any portion of this highway, the City of Los Angeles shall furnish to
the State of California without charge all right-of-way necessary
for that portion and the City of Los Angeles and the County of Los
Angeles shall enter into a cooperative agreement with the department
wherein the city and the county agree to pay one-half the cost of
plans and construction.
   487.1.  The title to that portion of the right-of-way acquired by
the City of Los Angeles, and furnished to the State of California,
for Route 187, but not needed for that route upon its construction,
is hereby relinquished to the city.  However, before any
relinquishment occurs, the department shall concur that such portion
is not needed for state highway purposes, and the portion being
relinquished shall be precisely described and recorded with the
County Recorder of Los Angeles County.
   487.1.  The title to that portion of the right-of-way
   488.  Route 188 (primary) is from the international boundary near
Tecate to Route 94.
   489.  Route 189 (secondary) is from Route 18 near Strawberry Peak
to Route 173 near Lake Arrowhead via Strawberry Flat.
   490.  Route 190 (primary) is from Route 99 near Tipton to Route
127 near Death Valley Junction, via the vicinity of Porterville, Camp
Nelson, Olancha, and Death Valley.
   491.  Route 191 (secondary) is from Route 70 near Wicks Corner to
Paradise.
   492.  Route 192 (secondary) is from Route 154 near Santa Barbara
to Route 150 near the Ventura-Santa Barbara county line via Foothill
Boulevard.
   493.  Route 193 (secondary) is from:
   (a) Route 65 near Lincoln to Route 80 near Newcastle.
   (b) Route 49 near Cool to Route 49 near Placerville via
Georgetown.
   495.  (a) Route 195 (secondary) is from Route 86 near Oasis to
Route 111 near Mecca via Pierce Street and Avenue 66.
   (b) This route shall cease to be a state highway when Route 86
Expressway is constructed from near Oasis to Route 10.
   497.  Route 197 (secondary) is from Route 199 to Route 101 staying
north of the Smith River.
   498.  (a) Route 198 (primary) is from:
   (1) Route 5 near Oilfields to Route 99 via Hanford.
   (2) Route 99 to the Sequoia National Park line via Visalia.
   (b) Route 198 (secondary) is from:
   (1) Route 101 near San Lucas to Route 33 at Coalinga.
   (2) Route 33 near Oilfields to Route 5 near Oilfields.
   499.  Route 199 (primary) is from Route 101 near Crescent City to
the Oregon state line via Smith River.
   500.  Route 200 (secondary) is from Route 101 to Route 299 staying
north of the Mad River.
   501.  Route 201 (secondary) is from:
   (a) Route 99 near Kingsburg easterly to Route 63.
   (b) Route 63 easterly to Route 245.
   502.  Route 202 (secondary) is from California Correctional
Institution at Tehachapi to Route 58 near Tehachapi.
   503.  Route 203 (primary) is from the Mono County line near
Minaret Summit to Route 395.
   504.  Route 204 (secondary) is from Route 58 to Route 99 near
Bakersfield via Union Avenue and Golden State Avenue.
   505.  Route 205 (primary) is from Route 580 west of Tracy to Route
5 east of Tracy.
   507.  Route 207 (secondary) is from Route 4 near Lake Alpine to
the Mt.  Reba Ski Area.
   509.  Route 209 (secondary) is from Point Loma to Route 5 in San
Diego.
   510.  Route 210 (primary) is from Route 5 near Tunnel Station to
Route 10 near the east boundary of Los Angeles County via the
vicinity of San Fernando.
   511.  Route 211 (secondary) is from Route 1 near Rockport to Route
101 near Fernbridge.
   513.  (a) Route 213 (secondary) is from 25th Street in San Pedro
to Route 405 via Western Avenue.
   (b) The commission may allocate from the State Highway Fund the
necessary funds for the construction of all or any portion of said
route when the County of Los Angeles and the Cities of Los Angeles
and Torrance have entered into a cooperative agreement with the
department wherein said cities and county shall furnish to the State
of California without charge all right-of-way necessary and agree to
pay one-half the cost of plans and construction.
   515.  Route 215 (primary) is from Route 15 near Temecula to Route
15 near Devore via Riverside and San Bernardino.
   516.  Route 216 (secondary) is from Visalia to Route 198 near
Lemon Cove via Woodlake.
   517.  Route 217 (secondary) is from:
   (a) Route 101 near Ellwood to the campus of the University of
California at Santa Barbara.
   (b) The campus of the University of California at Santa Barbara to
Route 101 northwest of the City of Santa Barbara.
   (c) The portion of this route described in subdivision (b) shall
be a memorial to the late Senator Clarence C. Ward of Santa Barbara
County and shall hereafter be known as the Clarence Ward Memorial
Boulevard.
   518.  Route 218 (secondary) is from Route 1 to Route 68 via Canyon
del Rey.
   519.  Route 219 (secondary) is from Route 99 at Salida easterly to
Route 108.
   520.  Route 220 (secondary) is from Route 84 on Ryer Island to
Route 160.
   521.  Route 221 (primary) is from Route 29 near Soscol Road to
Route 121 at Imola Avenue in Napa.
   522.  Route 222 (secondary) is from Route 101 near Ukiah easterly
to East Side Road in Talmage.
   523.  Route 223 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 5 to Route 99 south of Greenfield.
   (b) Route 99 south of Greenfield to Route 58.
   524.  Route 224 (secondary) is from Route 101 in Carpinteria to
Carpinteria State Beach.
   525.  Route 225 (secondary) is from Route 101 near Santa Barbara
to Route 101 near Montecito via the coast.
   527.  Route 227 (secondary) is from Route 1 south of Oceano to
Route 101 in San Luis Obispo.
   528.  Route 228 (secondary) is from Route 86 approximately two and
one-half miles southwest of Brawley to Route 86 approximately two
miles west of Brawley.
   529.  Route 229 (secondary) is from Route 58 near Santa Margarita
to Route 41 near Creston.
   530.  (a) Route 230 (secondary) is from Route 101 near the south
city limits of San Francisco to Route 280 in San Francisco.
   (b) Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 89 of Chapter 1062
of the Statutes of 1959, construction of all or any portion of Route
230 may be commenced at any time, if the City and County of San
Francisco has conveyed or does convey to the State of California,
without charge, all real property presently acquired by it for the
construction of such route or portion thereof.
   531.  Route 231 (primary) is from Route 5 at Route 133 to Route
91.
   532.  Route 232 (secondary) is from Route 1 near El Rio to Route
118 near Saticoy.
   533.  Route 233 (secondary) is from Route 152 to Route 99 at
Chowchilla via Robertson Boulevard.
   534.  Route 234 (secondary) is from Route 5 near French Camp to
Route 99.
   535.  Route 235 (secondary) is from Route 5 to Route 99 north of
the Calaveras River in Stockton.
   536.  Route 236 (secondary) is from Route 9 in Boulder Creek to
Route 9 near Waterman Gap via Governor's Camp in Big Basin Redwoods
State Park.
   537.  Route 237 (primary) is from Route 82 in Mountain View to
Route 680 in Milpitas.
   538.  (a) Route 238 (primary) is from Route 680 in Fremont to
Route 880 via Hayward.
   (b) Route 238 (secondary) is from Route 880 to Route 61 near San
Lorenzo.
   539.  Route 239 (secondary) is from Route 580 west of Tracy to
Route 5 near Brentwood.
   541.  (a) Route 241 (primary) is from Route 231 near the Cities of
Tustin and Irvine to Route 5 south of San Clemente.
   (b) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no state or
federal funds shall be used for any purpose related to State Highway
Route 231 or 241 until an irrevocable offer to the County of Orange
is recorded to dedicate permanently, for public recreation use and
habitat protection, an area consisting of a cohesive uninterrupted
parcel of land of 5,360 acres that includes the major portions of
Limestone Canyon, Dripping Springs Meadow, Dripping Springs Canyon,
Box Springs Canyon, Round Canyon, Upper Agua Chinon Wash, the Sinks
and lands fronting on Santiago Canyon Road.  The land dedication
shall be made pursuant to mitigation requirements, including
mitigation for impact on raptor habitat areas and riparian and
wetland habitat, including enhancement of existing resources and
creation of new habitat, for Route 231 and for land uses proposed in
the East Orange sphere of influence contiguous with the Limestone
Canyon Area.
   (c) This section shall not become operative until the County of
Orange, the City of Orange, and the primary owner of lands identified
in subdivision (b) for dedication, execute memoranda of
understanding that specify the procedures and understandings that
shall govern the requirements of subdivision (b).
   542.  Route 242 (primary) is from Route 680 to Route 4 north of
Concord.
   543.  Route 243 (primary) is from Route 74 near Mountain Center to
Route 10 near Banning.
   544.  Route 244 (primary) is from Route 80 to Auburn Boulevard in
Carmichael.
   545.  Route 245 (secondary) is from Route 198 to Route 180 near
General Grant Grove section of Kings Canyon National Park.
   546.  (a) Route 246 (secondary) is from:
   (1) Current west city limits of Lompoc to Route 1.
   (2) Route 1 to Route 154 near Santa Ynez.
   (b) The exchange of maintenance and responsibility for the
included portions of the Lompoc-Casmalia Road and the Vandenberg
Road, the deleted portions of Route 1 and 246, and Route 176 in its
entirety shall not be made until these highways have been brought
into a state of good repair as agreed to by the County of Santa
Barbara and the Department of Transportation, or until agreement is
reached on the relative cost exchange to bring these highways into a
state of good repair as provided in Sections 23, 27, and 73.
   (c) The existing portion of Route 1 from the south junction with
the Lompoc-Casmalia Road to the junction with Route 135, the existing
portion of Route 246 from Surf to the current west city limits of
the City of Lompoc, and existing Route 176 in its entirety shall
cease to be state highways when the department assumes maintenance of
the specified portion of Lompoc-Casmalia Road and Vandenberg Road in
the County of Santa Barbara as provided in Section 301.1 of the
Streets and Highways Code.
   547.  Route 247 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 62 near Yucca Valley to Route 18 near Lucerne Valley.
   (b) Route 18 near Lucerne Valley to Route 15 in Barstow.
   549.  Route 249 (primary) is from Route 2 north of La Canada to
Route 14 south of Palmdale.
   551.  Route 251 (secondary) is from:
   (a) Route 580 near Point San Quentin to Route 101 near Greenbrae.

   (b) Route 101 near San Rafael to Route 1 near Point Reyes Station.

   553.  Route 253 (secondary) is from Route 128 near Boonville to
Route 101 near Ukiah.
   554.  Route 254 (secondary) is the Avenue of the Giants,
comprising a portion of the former Redwood Highway through and
connecting a number of state park units, from Route 101 near the
Sylvandale interchange to Route 101 south of Stafford.
   555.  Route 255 (secondary) is from Route 101 in Eureka to Route
101 in Arcata via the Humboldt Bay Bridge and the Samoa Peninsula.
   557.  Route 257 (secondary) is from Route 34 to Route 101 near
Ventura.
   558.  Route 258 (secondary) is from Route 405 near Torrance to
Route 101 near Hollywood.
   559.  Route 259 (primary) is from Route 215 to Route 30 in San
Bernardino.
   560.  Route 260 (secondary) is from Route 61 in Alameda to Route
880 in Oakland near Seventh and Harrison Streets.
   560.1.  Upon the completion of the additional subterranean tube
between the Cities of Oakland and Alameda, in the vicinity of Webster
Street, to be used in connection with the Posey Tube, both of which
tubes are included in the description of Route 260, the department
may by executive order, rule or regulation, designate both of those
tubes, and the approaches leading to or from the nearest state
highway or city street, as one-way highways, and thereafter restrict
those tubes and approaches to one-way traffic, proceeding in opposite
directions as to each other.  Upon the placing of signs notifying
the public of those restrictions, any person who willfully fails to
observe those signs is guilty of a misdemeanor.
   560.2.  Because of the statewide interest in navigation, the state
will hold and save the United States of America free and harmless
from liability for damages to the parallel tubes between the Cities
of Oakland and Alameda included in the description of Route 260 due
to the initial dredging work and subsequent maintenance dredging in
an area within 50 feet of those tubes in connection with the
deepening of the Oakland Estuary by the Corps of Engineers of the
United States Army and the Director of Finance shall execute an
agreement so to do with the proper representatives of the United
States of America.
   561.  Route 261 (primary) is from Route 5 near the border of the
Cities of Tustin and Irvine to Route 231.
   562.  (a) Route 262 (primary) is from Route 880 to Route 680 near
Warm Springs.
   (b) Route 262 shall cease to be a state highway when Route 237 is
constructed between Route 880 and Route 680.
   563.  Route 263 (secondary) is from Route 3 near the north city
limits of Yreka northeasterly to Route 96 near the confluence of the
Shasta and Klamath Rivers.
   565.  Route 265 (secondary) is from Route 97 in Weed northwesterly
to Route 5 at North Weed Interchange.
   566.  Route 266 (secondary) is from the Nevada state line easterly
of Oasis to the Nevada state line northerly of Oasis.
   567.  Route 267 (primary) is from Route 80 near Truckee to Route
28 near Kings Beach, Lake Tahoe via Northshore Boulevard.

569.  Route 269 (secondary) is from Route 33 at Avenal to Route 145
near Five Points.
   570.  Route 270 (secondary) is from Route 395 south of Bridgeport
to Bodie State Historic Park.
   571.  Route 271 (secondary) is from Route 101 near Cummings to
Route 101 near the Humboldt-Mendocino county line.
   573.  Route 273 (secondary) is from:
   (a) Route 5 near Anderson to Route 299 in Redding.
   (b) From Route 299 in Redding to Route 5 northeast of Redding.
   574.  Route 274 (secondary) is from Route 5 near Balboa Avenue to
Route 15.
   575.  (a) Route 275 (secondary) is from Route 50 near Westacre
Road west of Sacramento to the junction of Capitol Avenue and Ninth
Street in Sacramento.
   (b) No funds in the State Highway Account shall be used for the
construction or maintenance of any further aesthetic improvements on
that portion of the route in the City of Sacramento.
   576.  Route 276 (secondary) is from Route 198 near Three Rivers to
Oak Grove.
   580.  (a) Route 280 (primary) is from Route 101 in San Jose to
Route 80 near First Street in San Francisco via Daly City.
   (b) Notwithstanding Section 89 of Chapter 1062 of the Statutes of
1959, construction of all or any portion of Route 280 from Route 101
near Alemany Boulevard to Route 480 near Harrison Street in San
Francisco may be commenced at any time, if the City and County of San
Francisco has conveyed or does convey to the State of California,
without charge, all real property presently acquired by it for the
construction of that portion of this route or any portion thereof.
   580.2.  (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law and subject
to subdivision (b), the department shall convey to the City and
County of San Francisco, at no cost, the title to real property
originally acquired by the department for the portion of Route 280
which was subsequently withdrawn from the Interstate System, which is
jointly determined by the department and the City and County of San
Francisco to be required for rights-of-way for the substitute
transportation projects approved by the Federal Highway
Administration.
   (b) The department shall not convey title to that real property,
unless the City and County of San Francisco agrees to assume full
responsibility for any unsatisfied contractual and legal obligations
incurred by the department when the department acquired the property.

   (c) If the real property ceases to be used for one of the six
substitute projects that were included in the I-280 Transfer Concept
Program which was reported to the Federal Highway Administration on
June 19, 1986, title to the real property shall revert to the
department.
   581.  Route 281 (secondary) is from Route 29 south of Lakeport to
Route 29 southerly of Konocti Bay and via the vicinity of Soda Bay.
   582.  Route 282 (primary) is from Route 75 to the Naval Air
Station at North Island in Coronado.
   583.  Route 238 (secondary) is from Route 101 south of Rio Dell to
the north end of the Eel River Bridge and Overhead in Rio Dell.
   584.  Route 284 (secondary) is from Route 70 at Chilcoot to
Frenchman Reservoir.
   585.  Route 285 (secondary) is from Route 70 on West Street in
Portola northwesterly to the north city limits, then to Lake Davis
via Humbug Canyon, and then easterly to Grizzly Reservoir via the
south shore of the lake.
   599.  (a) Route 299 (primary) is from:
   (1) Route 101 near Arcata to Route 5 at Redding via Weaverville.
   (2) Route 5 at Redding to Route 395 at Alturas.
   (b) Route 299 (secondary) is from Route 395 near Alturas to the
Nevada state line via Cedarville.
   607.1.  Route 371 (primary) is from Route 79 near Aguanga to Route
74 east of Anza.
   608.  (a) Route 380 (primary) is from Route 280 in San Bruno to
Route 101 in the vicinity of the San Francisco International Airport.

   (b) Route 380 (secondary) is from Route 1 near Pacifica to Route
280 in San Bruno.
   610.  Route 395 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 15 near Cajon Pass to the Nevada state line passing near
Little Lake, Independence, Bridgeport, and Coleville.
   (b) Nevada state line northwest of Reno to the Oregon state line
near New Pine Creek via Alturas.
   615.  Route 405 (primary) is from Route 5 near El Toro to Route 5
near San Fernando.
   617.  Route 505 (primary) is from Route 80 near Vacaville to Route
5 near Dunnigan.
   618.  Route 580 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 5 southwest of Vernalis to Route 80 in Oakland via the
vicinity of Dublin and Hayward.
   (b) Route 80 near Albany to Route 101 near San Rafael via the
Richmond-San Rafael Bridge.
   619.  (a) Route 605 (primary) is from:
   (1) Route 1 near Seal Beach to Route 405.
   (2) Route 405 to Route 210 near Duarte.
   (b) Route 605 shall be known and designated as the San Gabriel
River Freeway.
   620.  Route 680 (primary) is from:
   (a) Route 101 near San Jose to Route 780 at Benicia passing near
Warm Springs, Mission San Jose, Scotts Corners, and Sunol, and via
Walnut Creek.
   (b) Route 780 at Benicia to Route 80 near Cordelia.
   621.  Route 805 (primary) is from Route 5 near San Ysidro to Route
5 north of La Jolla and easterly of existing Route 5.
   622.  Route 710 (primary) is from Route 1 to Route 210 in
Pasadena.
   622.1.  Route 710 shall also include that portion of the freeway
between Route 1 and the northern end of Harbor Scenic Drive, that
portion of Harbor Scenic Drive to Ocean Boulevard, that portion of
Ocean Boulevard west of its intersection with Harbor Scenic Drive to
its junction with Seaside Boulevard, and that portion of Seaside
Boulevard from junction with the Ocean Boulevard to Route 47.
   623.  Route 780 (primary) is from Route 680 at Benicia to Route 80
in Vallejo.
   624.  Route 980 (primary) is from Route 880 to Route 580 in
Oakland.
   625.  Route 880 (primary) is from Route 280 in San Jose to Route
80 in Oakland.
   630.  Route 330 (primary) is from Route 30 near Highland
northeasterly to Route 18.
   632.  Route 905 (primary) is from:
   (a) The International Boundary near Border Field northeasterly to
Route 5.
   (b) Route 5 near the south end of San Diego Bay to the
International Boundary southerly of Brown Field.
   635.  (a) State Highway Route 1 (primary) from Las Cruces to San
Francisco shall be known and designated as the Cabrillo Highway.
   (b) State Highway routes embracing portions of Routes 280, 82,
101, 5, and 72, and connecting city streets and county roads thereto,
and extending in a continuous route from San Francisco southerly to
the international border and near the route historically known as El
Camino Real shall be known and designated as El Camino Real.
   (c) State Highway Route 1 from south of San Juan Capistrano to
near El Rio shall be known and designated as the Pacific Coast
Highway.
  SEC. 6.  Section 2109 of the Streets and Highways Code is amended
to read: 
   2109.  State highways  in the state highway primary system
 shall be maintained, constructed, and improved out of the
moneys received in the State Highway Account under Section 2108.
Notwithstanding Section 81, the department is not required to
maintain any route, or portion of a route, added after January 1,
1947, until it has been laid out and constructed as a state highway.
  
  SEC. 7.  Section 2109.5 is added to the Streets and Highways Code,
to read:
   2109.5.  Routes in the state highway secondary system shall be
maintained, constructed, and improved out of moneys received in the
State Highway Account under Section 2108.  State highways in the
secondary system or portions thereof, relinquished to a city or a
county under terms and conditions described in Section 73.5 shall
continue to receive funds for maintenance out of moneys received in
the State Highway Account under Section 2108 after they have been
relinquished to a local agency.  The controller shall annually
disburse to the appropriate governmental agencies who own and
maintain routes in the state highway secondary system funds
authorized for maintaining the secondary system in a proportional
share of the total maintained mileage in the state highway secondary
system.
  SEC. 8.  Section 2121.5 is added to the Streets and Highways Code,
to read:
   2121.5.  Upon relinquishing any route on the state highway
secondary system to a city or county, the department shall
immediately certify to the Controller the mileage so relinquished and
that mileage shall immediately be added to the city's or county's
maintained mileage of the state highway secondary system for the
purpose of subsequent apportionments.