for Roads, Freeways, and Mobility
for a Second Crossing -
Southern California is not the only place
that is in need of new roads. The
struggle for sufficient road capacity is
Coalition (Los Angeles
RoadsWorkBest (Orange County)
Urban Transportation Issues (Orange
County; by Jack Mallinckrodt, Director of
Drivers for Highway Safety)
F.A.I.R. Transit (Orange
Commuters Alliance (State)
User's Alliance (National)
Motorists Association (National)
British Drivers (Great Britain)
-- Appreciate California's Highway System
Hughes takes a look at how wonderful our
freeway and highway system could be in
site on everything you ever wanted to
know about California's freeway and
highway system. This really is the
Homepage of all California highway
homepages. History, route status,
links-- this page has it all.
Andy Field's San
An in-depth look
at San Diego's past, present, and future
freeway and highway system.
Includes Imperial County as well.
Good pictures and insight into arguably
California's best regional freeway/highway
system, when one considers the population
and the fact that this is a major
website covering a variety of highway
related subjects. Mostly California
but also Florida, Europe, and Hawaii.
Emphasis on photos, cool videos on
various California freeways, bridges, and
historic photos and maps. Check out
an ode to the West's first freeway--the
The Freeways of San Francisco
If you thought we
had it bad in Southern California, try
visiting San Francisco and its incomplete
freeway system. Chris Sampang does
an excellent job of cataloguing San
Francisco's current and once-planned
freeway system. Never say never;
some of these once proposed freeways
could happen if the political mood ever
Historical California U.S. Highways
site detailing the history of the many U.S.
highways that once crossed California,
before the modern Interstates came.
Also check out the pages on the
mysterious 56 Fwy in San Diego County,
and the history behind Interstate 238 in
the San Francisco Bay Area.
Roadtrip to California and Los Angeles
photo essay of some of Southern
California's freeways and highways as
seen through the eyes of a road
enthusiast from Virginia.
Historical Highways of Central and
This page focuses
on historical highways such as US-99 and
US-6 between the Santa Clarita Valley and
Central California. In addition,
this site includes excellent photos on
many major freeways and highways in
Southern California. A section on
unmarked (county/city maintained)
freeways is also included.
Association of State Highway and
Transportation Officials (AASHTO)
Transportation Commission (CTC)
California Association of Governments (Regional
MPO--Ventura, Los Angeles, Orange, San
Bernardino, Riverside, Imperial Counties)
County Metropolitan Transportation
Transportation Authority (OCTA)
Transportation Corridor Agencies (Toll
Association of Governments (SANBAG)
Transportation Commission (RCTC)
Integrated Project (RCIP)
San Diego County
Association of Governments (SANDAG)
Association of Governments (IVAG)--No
Government Contacts, etc.
State Senator Tom
McClintock (R-19th District (SFV, Ven Co)
McClintock is one of the few elected
officials in Sacremento who has fought
for highways, drivers, and efficient use
of taxes. He also opposes HOV lanes.
/ Think-Tank Organizations Addressing
Transportation Institute--Urban Mobility
Released--Greater Los Angeles is once
again the most gridlocked region in the
nation. This thanks to our failure to
build enough highway infrastructure to
keep up with population growth.
Consultancy--The Public Purpose
organization dedicated to dispelling the
myths about "smart" growth and
transit-oriented policies. Also
join an open debate forum on
these issues at Yahoo Groups.
with a host of good ideas and solutions
for many of today's problems--including
how to build our way out of congestion.
Yes, it can be done!
An advocacy group seeking solutions to
environmental issues without big-government
regulation or strong centralized control.
Also advocates for the American Dream of
mobility and home ownership.