California/Cycling Relations

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Cross-state cycle routes

Route # (rcn or ncn) Route Name Shield Description Mapped Map link Notes
Now posited to be network=rcn + ref=PCB (eventually becoming network=ncn + ref=95 after a USBR 95 application by Caltrans to AASHTO, then AASHTO approval) Pacific Coast Bicycle Route
Highway 1 Pacific Coast bike route sign (10376506925).jpg
Scenic, largely coastal route predominantly but not exclusively along Highway 1 Mapped to a large degree from about Long Beach to San Francisco and the Oregon border, though significant gaps remain in Marin, San Mateo, Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego Counties relation 53722 (iD, JOSM, Potlatch2, history, analyze, manage, GPX, XML) There are two routes named this in California: this one (public, once administered by Caltrans but since devolved to county or city jurisdiction) and another private route by Adventure Cycling Association (a national organization dedicated to long-distance bicycle touring). As it is proprietary, commercial and copyrighted, the ACA route is not what is meant to be denoted here, rather, the public one is. Signage can be confusing: originally, Caltrans erected signs (as in Santa Cruz County), yet local jurisdictions have re-routed (often adopting whole segments of the ACA route) but without re-signing!
Proposed USBR 50 (network=ncn + ref=50) USBR 50
US Bike 50 (M1-9 IA-15).svg
From the Nevada border at Stateline on Lake Tahoe (connecting Reno) westward to the San Francisco Bay Area through Sacramento Not entered; no geographic data. Relation not defined yet Only a USBR corridor at this time; not a "real" route.
Proposed USBR 66 (network=ncn + ref=66) USBR 66
US Bike 66 (M1-9 IA-15).svg
Connecting the Pacific Ocean at Santa Monica Pier eastward to the Arizona border near Needles through Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties Was fully mapped, along with several alternate segments, but the route relation was deleted to conform with OSM's conventions regarding proposed USBRs. Eventually awaits an application by Caltrans to AASHTO. relation 3319294 (iD, JOSM, Potlatch2, history, analyze, manage, GPX, XML) Now in middle planning stages; undergoing multi-agency/multi-jurisdiction review via Southern California Association of Governments and Caltrans
Proposed USBR 70 (network=ncn + ref=70) USBR 70
US Bike 70 (M1-9 IA-15).svg
From the Nevada border at Primm (connecting Las Vegas) westward to Los Angeles through San Bernardino and Los Angeles Counties Not entered; no geographic data. Relation not defined yet Only a USBR corridor at this time; not a "real" route.
Proposed USBR 85 (network=ncn + ref=85) USBR 85
US Bike 85 (M1-8).svg
From San Bernardino northward through the Owens Valley, Lake Tahoe area and Alturas to south-central Oregon Not entered; no geographic data. Relation not defined yet Only a USBR corridor at this time; not a "real" route.
Proposed USBR 87 (network=ncn + ref=87) USBR 87
US Bike 87 (M1-9).svg
From near Ventura northward to Bakersfield, Fresno, Sacramento, Chico, Redding and on to Medford, Oregon Not entered; no geographic data. Relation not defined yet Only a USBR corridor at this time; not a "real" route.
Proposed USBR 90 (network=ncn + ref=90) USBR 90
US Bike 90 (M1-9 IA-15).svg
From the Arizona border/Colorado River at Blythe westward to San Diego through Riverside, Imperial and San Diego Counties Not entered; no geographic data. Relation not defined yet Only a USBR corridor at this time; not a "real" route.

Counties with cycle routes relation sections