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Published by Automobile Club of Southern California .
Written in English


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The Physical Object
FormatUnknown Binding
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12155165M
ISBN 101564132579
ISBN 109781564132574
OCLC/WorldCa33439790

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Interstate 5 replaced U.S. in as the primary coastal route in San Diego County, but U.S. is preserved in many areas, especially northern San Diego County. Interstate 5 is one of the busiest stretches of freeway in the county, and it is eight or more lanes for its entire length. In San Diego, there is only one toll road. The South Bay Expressway, AKA State Route , allows drivers to skip traffic when commuting between Chula Vista and the Mexican border and downtown, Santee, Sorrento Valley, and Otay Mesa. San Diego County, freeway system & major streets: | San Diego County, freeway system & major streets Relief shown by spot heights. Indexed. Maps of "Downtown San Diego" and "Downtown Tijuana," text, descriptive indexes to points of interest, and col. ill. on verso.   The San Diego Freeway has 2 main segments. One is I from Sylmar (north San Fernando Valley) to Lake Forest (Orange County); the other is I-5 from Lake Forest to downtown San Diego. What else would you call a freeway that goes to San Diego? The.