Contents 1 Route description 1.1 Southern California 1.2 U.S. Route 395 and State Route 89 2 History 2.1 El Camino Sierra 2.2 Sierra Highway 3 Major intersections 4 See also 5 References 6 External links

Route description[edit] Sierra Highway in Santa Clarita. Although Route 14 was moved to a freeway bypass years ago, this portion remains under state control in a state of bureaucratic limbo, signed as Route 14 "Un-relinquished" El Camino Sierra connects Los Angeles with Lake Tahoe along the eastern edge of California, serving the counties of Los Angeles, Kern, Inyo, Mono, Alpine and El Dorado. The highway exists as a roadway now called Sierra Highway from Los Angeles to Mojave. North of Mojave, El Camino Sierra is better known by the numbered designations in current use. While traversing the state, the highway crosses several mountain passes. The highway crests the San Gabriel Mountains via Soledad Pass. While in the Sierra Nevada the highway crosses Sherwin Summit, Deadman Summit, Conway Summit, Devil's Gate Pass, Monitor Pass and Luther Pass.[2] Southern California[edit] Sierra Highway begins at Tunnel Station within the northernmost limits of the City of Los Angeles, where it intersects with San Fernando Road. This junction was historically the intersection of U.S. Route 99 and U.S. Route 6. It is located adjacent to the intersection of the replacement freeways, the Newhall Pass interchange of Interstate 5 and State Route 14.[3] The highway serves as one of the main thoroughfares of Santa Clarita. Through the city, Route 14 was moved to a freeway alignment in 1971; however, the process to decommission the old alignment of Route 14 is not complete. As a result, this portion is signed California State Route 14U, the U signifying "un-relinquished".[4] Formal specifications for Route 14U are not published on Caltrans logs, but the route's existence is acknowledged in Caltrans' bridge inventory logs.[5] According to the City of Santa Clarita, Caltrans maintains Sierra Highway (14U) from 500 feet north of Newhall Avenue to Whispering Leaves Drive. The remaining part of Sierra Highway through the City of Santa Clarita is maintained by the City and not part of the 14U designation. Sierra Highway in the San Gabriel Mountains Sierra Highway, modern Route 14, and a main line of the Union Pacific Railroad all cross the San Gabriel Mountains, cresting the mountains at Soledad Pass (elevation 3,179 feet (969 m)). The three transportation arteries use different paths up the mountains, separating at Santa Clarita and converging near Acton. Sierra Highway uses Mint Canyon, the railroad uses Soledad Canyon and the modern Route 14 is a hybrid route using the ridges and side canyons between the two older routes.[2] These canyons are formed by the Santa Clara River and its tributaries. Upon exiting the mountains, Sierra Highway enters the Antelope Valley and serves as one of the main streets of Palmdale, Lancaster, and Rosamond. The highway runs parallel to the modern Route 14 and the railroad, becoming a frontage road. Just shy of Mojave the freeway portion of Route 14 ends, while the frontage road becomes a dirt path and eventually terminates. From this point, the canonical route of Sierra Highway joins State Route 14, passing through downtown Mojave. U.S. Route 395 and State Route 89[edit] Southbound US 395 cresting Deadman Summit with Mount Morrison in the distance North of Mojave the alignments of State Routes 14 and 89, and U.S. Route 395 have not significantly changed since first paved, and are called El Camino Sierra. Significant portions have been upgraded to a divided highway; however, most of the upgrades used the same alignment as the old two lane road. The highway cuts across Red Rock Canyon State Park to follow a series of valleys along the crest of the Sierra Nevada. While traversing the Owens Valley, the Sierra Highway passes Mount Whitney, the highest point in the contiguous United States, 10,000 feet (3,000 m) above the highway.[2] As of 2009, the only other signed section of Sierra Highway is a portion of U.S. 395 past the separation with U.S. 6 in Bishop.[6] U.S. 395 was rebuilt on a new alignment on the ascent to Sherwin Summit and around Crowley Lake. Unlike the highway relocation in southern California, the old alignments have been renamed, now called Lower Rock Creek Road, Old Sherwin Grade, and Crowley Creek Road; not Sierra Highway.[2] From here to Lake Tahoe, the highway crosses mountainous terrain inside the Sierra Nevada, giving the highway its name. While in the Sierra Nevada, the road passes by attractions such as Mammoth Mountain, Yosemite National Park and Mono Lake. El Camino Sierra separates from U.S. 395, just prior to the Nevada state line at Topaz Lake, following SR 89. This is the only portion of the route not used year-round, as Caltrans closes Route 89 over Monitor Pass during winter months.[7] Motorists destined for Lake Tahoe during the winter closures can continue along US 395 into Nevada, and return to California via Nevada State Route 88 or Nevada State Route 207.[2]

History[edit] El Camino Sierra[edit] 1918, Lancaster, California. Looking south on Sierra Highway, at the intersection with Lancaster Boulevard. Historic Route 6 sign along Sierra Hwy. The first recorded journey along what would become El Camino Sierra was by Jedediah Smith in 1826. The trail was in common use by prospectors passing through the area because of the California Gold Rush and Comstock Lode.[8] While still mostly a dirt road, several people began promoting El Camino Sierra as a scenic route. In 1910, the Los Angeles Times announced that Governor Gillet had announced funding to construct a new road to connect El Camino Real with Yosemite National Park. When finished, a new "wonderful circuit" route would be complete and El Camino Sierra would become "one of the most beautiful scenic routes in the world."[9] In 1912, the Southern Pacific Railroad published an article called "Two Mules and a Motorist" in which the author's trip down El Camino Sierra was detailed, promoting the trail as a scenic side trip, via pack mules, from its rail lines.[10] In 1915, the California Teachers Association distributed a promotional book to the annual convention of the National Education Association. This book contained an article that sung the praises of this "soon-to-be-world-famous highway" called El Camino Sierra. While noting that it was still mostly an unimproved trail, the article assured the readers that county and state officials were working frantically to upgrade the route and, with the aid of convict labor, this would soon be a "boulevard the entire distance from Los Angeles to Lake Tahoe." The article concluded by stating El Camino Sierra was "a highway with a hundred by-ways, each by-way with a hundred wonders". The article also implored the state legislature to extend El Camino Sierra to Truckee, Quincy and Susanville using a route similar to modern State Route 89, SR 70 returning to US 395.[1] By 1918, El Camino Sierra had been included in the Blue Book, an early road atlas of the United States.[11] The Los Angeles Times declared El Camino Sierra complete on Feb 19, 1931, announcing that the portion from Mojave to Owens Valley was now paved, and would be dedicated the following Sunday.[12] Sierra Highway[edit] During the 1930s, two U.S. highways, both formed in 1926, were extended into California using El Camino Sierra. The southern terminus of U.S. 395 was extended from Spokane, Washington to San Diego, using El Camino Sierra from near what is now Topaz Lake to Inyokern, by 1935. By 1937, U.S. Route 6 was extended from Colorado, mostly along the Midland Trail, to Long Beach using El Camino Sierra south of Bishop.[13] As part of the 1964 state highway renumbering US 6 was truncated at Bishop, and the route from the separation with US 395 to I-5 was renumbered SR 14.[14] Though during the 1970s most of Sierra Highway was bypassed by freeways and expressways, the old two-lane road remained a famous roadway. In 1971, Steven Spielberg made his first feature-length film, Duel, along Sierra Highway, near Acton. The film is about an unseen truck driver who stalks and attempts to kill an innocent motorist trapped in the truck's game. It prominently shows the desert portions of Sierra Highway.[15] With Duel's status, one of the trucks used in the film is still on the road and in the process of being restored. The current owner has driven the truck along Sierra Highway for nostalgia, enjoying the terrified looks he receives from passing motorists who recognize it.[16] Other movies have since been filmed in the vicinity, including scenes in The Terminator.[17]

Major intersections[edit] County Location mi[18] km Destinations Notes Los Angeles Los Angeles 0.0 0.0 San Fernando Road, The Old Road South end of Sierra Highway; former US 99 0.1 0.16 I-5 north (Golden State Freeway) / SR 14 north (Antelope Valley Freeway) / Foothill Boulevard – Sacramento, Palmdale Interchange; entrance from I-5 north is accessible from San Fernando Road; entrance from SR 14 is accessible from The Old Road; no exit or entrance from I-5 south Santa Clarita 2.5 4.0 Newhall Avenue – Newhall, Saugus, Ventura Former SR 126 west, San Fernando Road; south end of SR 14U/state maintenance 3.6 5.8 Placerita Canyon Road – Palmdale 5.0 8.0 Golden Valley Road 6.3 10.1 To SR 14 south (Antelope Valley Freeway) / Via Princessa – Los Angeles North end of SR 14U/state maintenance; exit from SR 14 north connects directly to Sierra Highway 7.3 11.7 Soledad Canyon Road Agua Dulce 18.8 30.3 Agua Dulce Canyon Road ​ 24.9 40.1 SR 14 (Antelope Valley Freeway) / Ward Road, to Escondido Canyon Road – Palmdale, Los Angeles Interchange Acton 26.7 43.0 Crown Valley Road – Acton 28.9 46.5 Santiago Road 30.4 48.9 SR 14 (Antelope Valley Freeway) / Soledad Canyon Road – Palmdale, Los Angeles Interchange ​ 32.5 52.3 SR 14 (Antelope Valley Freeway) / CR N3 (Angeles Forest Highway) to SR 2 (Angeles Crest Highway) – Palmdale, Los Angeles, Pasadena, La Cañada Flintridge Interchange ​ 33.7 54.2 Pearblossom Highway – Littlerock, Victorville Palmdale 36.4 58.6 Avenue S 37.9 61.0 SR 138 (Palmdale Boulevard) – Victorville, San Bernardino, Los Angeles 39.5 63.6 Rancho Vista Boulevard (Avenue P) Serves LA/Palmdale Regional Airport 41.6 66.9 Avenue N 42.6 68.6 Columbia Way (Avenue M) Lancaster 43.6 70.2 Avenue L Interchange 44.6 71.8 Avenue K 45.6 73.4 CR N5 (Avenue J) 46.6 75.0 Avenue I 47.7 76.8 Avenue H Interchange; southbound entrance only; other access is via Avenue G-12 and 7th Street West 48.7 78.4 Avenue G ​ 49.7 80.0 Avenue F ​ 51.8 83.4 To SR 138 west (Avenue D) – Gorman Los Angeles–Kern county line ​ 54.8 88.2 Avenue A Kern Rosamond 57.8 93.0 Rosamond Boulevard – Rosamond, Edwards AFB ​ 64.1 103.2 Backus Road ​ 67.3 108.3 SR 14 north / Silver Queen Road – Mojave South end of SR 14 overlap See SR 14 (KER R12.15–64.56) Kern ​ US 395 south – San Bernardino Interchange; southbound exit and northbound entrance; north end of SR 14 overlap; south end of US 395 overlap See US 395 (KER R29.64–MNO 116.96) Mono ​ US 395 north – Carson City North end of US 395 overlap; south end of SR 89 overlap See SR 89 (MNO 0.00–ED 8.55) El Dorado ​ US 50 / SR 89 north – Placerville, South Lake Tahoe North end Sierra Highway; north end of SR 89 overlap 1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi       Concurrency terminus       Incomplete access

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References[edit] ^ a b California Teachers Association (1915). Complimentary Souvenir Book - 53rd Annual Convention, National Education Association and International Congress of Education. Oakland, California. pp. 59–61. Retrieved 2013-01-26.  ^ a b c d e California Road and Recreation Atlas (Map) (Third ed.). 1:300,000. Benchmark Maps. 2002. p. 103. § F8. ISBN 0-929591-80-1.  ^ Google Maps (Map). Google. Retrieved 2008-12-30.  ^ Additional photos of signs along SR 14U are available at Cameron Kaiser's website in the external links section ^ "California Log of Bridges on State Highways - District 7" (PDF). Caltrans. April 2008. p. 33. Retrieved 2008-12-30.  ^ Google Maps – Bishop, California (Map). Google. Retrieved 2008-12-30.  ^ "Road Information - Winter Driving Tips - Mountain Pass Closures". Caltrans. Retrieved 2009-01-04.  ^ Cheuvront, Mike. "About Bishop: History". Bishop Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau. Archived from the original on 2008-10-23. Retrieved 2008-10-30.  ^ "Great sierra road planned". Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles. 1910-09-11. p. 12.  ^ "Two Mules and a Motorist". Sunset - the Pacific Monthly. San Francisco, California: Southern Pacific Company. 29: 159–171. 1912.  ^ The Automobile Blue Book - Standard Road Guide of America. 8. The Automobile Blue Book Publishing Company. 1918. p. 21.  ^ "Camino Sierra, Newest Highway, Opens on Sunday". Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles. 1931-02-19. p. 12.  ^ "Historical Maps". Nevada Department of Transportation. Archived from the original on 2008-09-18. Retrieved 2008-10-18.  ^ California State Assembly. "An act to add Section 253 and Article 3 (commencing with Section 300) to Chapter 2 of Division 1 of, and to repeal Section 253 and Article 3 (commencing with Section 300) of Chapter 2 of Division 1 of, the..." 1963 Session of the Legislature. Statutes of California. State of California. Ch. 385 p. 1182.  ^ "Duel film locations". The Worldwide Guide To Movie Locations. Retrieved 2008-12-30.  ^ Linss, Daniel J. (May 2004). ""Duel" Lives On!". Ten Four Magazine. Retrieved 2008-12-30.  ^ Rock, Carol (1994-02-07). "Big Screen, Big Valley – First used for filming in 1903, the SCV continues to thrive as a movie-making mecca". The Signal. Retrieved 2008-01-08.  ^ Google Maps, Santa Clarita to Mojave, via Sierra Highway (Map). Cartography by Tele Atlas. Google. Retrieved 2009-01-15. 

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