California State Route 99

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State Route 99 marker

State Route 99
Golden State Highway
Route information
Defined by S&HC § 399
Maintained by Caltrans
Length: 424.85 mi[1] (683.73 km)
(includes unsigned overlap with US 50 and I-5)
Existed: 1928 as US 99, 1964 as SR 99 – present
Major junctions
South end: I-5 near Wheeler Ridge
  SR 58 in Bakersfield
SR 198 in Visalia
SR 41 in Fresno
SR 152 near Chowchilla
SR 108 / SR 132 in Modesto
SR 120 in Manteca
SR 4 in Stockton
US 50 / I-80 Bus. in Sacramento
SR 20 in Yuba City
SR 32 in Chico
North end: SR 36 near Red Bluff
Highway system

State highways in California(list • pre-1964)
History • Unconstructed • Deleted • Freeway • Scenic

SR 98 US 101

State Route 99 (commonly known as Old Highway 99 or just 99, also named in the future as Interstate 7 or Interstate 9) is a state highway in California, in the United States. It is about 424.85 miles (683.73 km) long, running from north to south in the Central Valley. It is in parallel with Interstate 5. It begins at Interstate 5 near Wheeler Ridge, and continues north through the major cities of Bakersfield, Fresno, Chowchilla, Modesto, Stockon, Sacramento, Chico, and Red Bluff. Most of it is freeway, but some of it is still the historic rural two-lane road or a four-lane highway.

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