California State Route 39

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State Route 39 (SR 39) is a state highway in the U.S. state of California that travels through Orange and Los Angeles counties.wikipedia
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California State Route 1

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Its southern terminus is at Pacific Coast Highway (SR 1), in Huntington Beach.
It passes Huntington State Beach and the southern terminus of California State Route 39 before reaching Bolsa Chica State Beach and the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve.

Buena Park, California

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A portion of SR 39 from Stanton Avenue in Buena Park to Interstate 5 is now under the city of Buena Park's control, as Caltrans relinquished that portion in 2013.
Another theory relates to the artesian well and its park-like grounds once located at the current intersection of what are now Artesia and Beach Boulevards.

Knott's Berry Farm

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Major places of interest that SR 39 passes through are Knott's Berry Farm, an amusement park, Adventure City, another amusement park targeted for children, Huntington Beach, a local beach, a Medieval Times location, the Buena Park Auto Center, and the Westridge Golf Course in La Habra.
The theme park began in the 1920s as a road-side berry stand run by Walter Knott along State Route 39 in California.

Stanton, California

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Since 2001, a portion of SR 39 that runs through the city of Stanton is being considered to be relinquished to the city.
It crosses the intersections of Beach Boulevard/Pacific Street and Cerritos Avenue/Western Avenue.

California State Route 72

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At Beach Boulevard's northerly terminus, Whittier Boulevard, Route 39 turns east to the intersection of Whittier Boulevard with Harbor Boulevard, taking over a former segment of Route 72.
The route runs along Whittier Boulevard in the Los Angeles area from SR 39 in La Habra to Interstate 605 in Whittier.

East Fork Road

A replacement of the section north of East Fork Road, in the next canyon to the east, was partly built in 1936 and 1961, but was never completed.
East Fork Road, located in the San Gabriel Mountains above the city of Azusa, California, is a road that gives access from State Route 39 into East Fork and other small townships, including Camp Williams, and Julius Klein Conservation Fire Camp 19, a minor offender prisoner housing complex where "LACO fire personnel provide training, which prepares inmates to safely conduct wild land firefighting operations."

Islip Saddle

SR 39's northern terminus is at Islip Saddle on Angeles Crest Highway (SR 2) in the Angeles National Forest, but its northernmost 4.5 mi segment (including the connection with SR 2) has been closed to the public since 1978 due to a massive mud and rockslide.
It lies just west of Mount Islip in the San Gabriel Mountains at the intersection of State Route 2 and the northern terminus of State Route 39.

Orange County, California

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State Route 39 (SR 39) is a state highway in the U.S. state of California that travels through Orange and Los Angeles counties.

California Freeway and Expressway System

Freeway and Expressway System
SR 39 is part of the California Freeway and Expressway System, and the urban portions of SR 39 are part of the National Highway System, a network of highways that are considered essential to the country's economy, defense, and mobility by the Federal Highway Administration.

Angeles Crest Highway

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SR 39's northern terminus is at Islip Saddle on Angeles Crest Highway (SR 2) in the Angeles National Forest, but its northernmost 4.5 mi segment (including the connection with SR 2) has been closed to the public since 1978 due to a massive mud and rockslide.
At about the midpoint of the highway is the junction with the north terminus of State Route 39.

La Habra, California

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Major places of interest that SR 39 passes through are Knott's Berry Farm, an amusement park, Adventure City, another amusement park targeted for children, Huntington Beach, a local beach, a Medieval Times location, the Buena Park Auto Center, and the Westridge Golf Course in La Habra.
Though La Habra has no freeways, three California State Highways SR 39 (covers Whittier and Beach Boulevards), SR 90 (Imperial Highway, and SR 72 (Whittier Boulevard) serve the city.

Anaheim, California

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If so, the portion that runs through the city of Anaheim will still be state controlled.
The major surface streets running south–north, starting with the westernmost, are Knott Avenue, Beach Boulevard (SR 39), Magnolia Avenue, Brookhurst Street, Euclid Street, West Street/Disneyland Drive, Harbor Boulevard, Anaheim Boulevard, East Street, State College Boulevard, Kraemer Boulevard and Tustin Avenue.

State Scenic Highway System (California)

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SR 39 is eligible for the State Scenic Highway System, but it is not officially designated as a scenic highway by the California Department of Transportation.

Covina, California

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The adopted route continues for 1.0 mi to the Covina/West Covina city limit, 0.1 mi north of Grovecenter Street.
Opened in 1997, the Covina AMC 30 located at Arrow Highway and Azusa Avenue is one of the busiest theatres in the United States.

San Gabriel Mountains

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Route 39 winds through the San Gabriel Mountains in the Angeles National Forest for 22.6 mi until it reaches a gate barring the road 0.25 mi north of Crystal Lake Road in the Crystal Lake Recreation Area.
State Route 39 connected the city of Azusa with the Angeles Crest Highway until it was seriously damaged by landslides, first in 1978, and again in 2005.

Harbor Boulevard

Harbor Blvd.
After the overlap on Beach Boulevard, Route 39 used to turn north on Hacienda Road to the junction with the I-10 and followed for a mile before separating on Azusa Avenue, but that portion has since been relinquished to Los Angeles County and Route 39 was relocated to end on Harbor Boulevard.
When the extension of Harbor Boulevard opened in 1992, there were plans to make Harbor Boulevard the official SR 39 between Whittier Boulevard and Colima Road in order to close the gap SR 39 currently has, but signs were never erected and it is unknown when this segment will be signed.

Azusa, California

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A 4.5 mi stretch of the road, from Snow Springs north of Azusa to Highway 2, has been closed to the public since 1978 due to a massive mud and rockslide.
Azusa Avenue (State Route 39) extends from the Angeles National Forest starting at San Gabriel Canyon Road/Sierra Madre Avenue south through Orange County.

California County Routes in zone N

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The planned alignment of Route 39 continues its northward progress on Azusa Avenue (CR N8) to the northwest in Hacienda Heights.
Only a quarter mile of the route is in Orange County (between Alondra Boulevard and SR 39).

U.S. state

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State Route 39 (SR 39) is a state highway in the U.S. state of California that travels through Orange and Los Angeles counties.

California

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State Route 39 (SR 39) is a state highway in the U.S. state of California that travels through Orange and Los Angeles counties.

Huntington Beach, California

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Its southern terminus is at Pacific Coast Highway (SR 1), in Huntington Beach.

California State Route 2

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SR 39's northern terminus is at Islip Saddle on Angeles Crest Highway (SR 2) in the Angeles National Forest, but its northernmost 4.5 mi segment (including the connection with SR 2) has been closed to the public since 1978 due to a massive mud and rockslide. A 4.5 mi stretch of the road, from Snow Springs north of Azusa to Highway 2, has been closed to the public since 1978 due to a massive mud and rockslide.

Angeles National Forest

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SR 39's northern terminus is at Islip Saddle on Angeles Crest Highway (SR 2) in the Angeles National Forest, but its northernmost 4.5 mi segment (including the connection with SR 2) has been closed to the public since 1978 due to a massive mud and rockslide. Route 39 winds through the San Gabriel Mountains in the Angeles National Forest for 22.6 mi until it reaches a gate barring the road 0.25 mi north of Crystal Lake Road in the Crystal Lake Recreation Area.

Interstate 5 in California

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A portion of SR 39 from Stanton Avenue in Buena Park to Interstate 5 is now under the city of Buena Park's control, as Caltrans relinquished that portion in 2013.

Adventure City

Major places of interest that SR 39 passes through are Knott's Berry Farm, an amusement park, Adventure City, another amusement park targeted for children, Huntington Beach, a local beach, a Medieval Times location, the Buena Park Auto Center, and the Westridge Golf Course in La Habra.