SR-94: Martin Luther King Jr Freeway / Campo Road

SR-94
Martin Luther King Jr Freeway / Campo Road
Runs from I-5 in Downtown San Diego to I-8 in Boulevard

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State Hwy 94 is one of the original State highways in San Diego. Starting in downtown San Diego on Broadway, it headed east eventually turning onto Market St before leaving the downtown area. Hwy 94 then followed Federal Blvd and Broadway through Lemon Grove. East of Lemon Grove, it turned onto Campo Road, where just east of Avocado Blvd the current highway runs today. After Jamacha Junction, it heads east passing through Jamul, Dulzura, Potrero, and Campo before ending at I-8 in Boulevard. Much of the highway passes though scenic and undeveloped lands.

Former white State 94 shields on the freeway near downtown. Courtesy - Caltrans
Former white State 94 shields on the freeway near downtown. Courtesy – Caltrans
Old concrete paving showing through on Federal Blvd in Lemon Grove.
Old concrete paving showing through on Federal Blvd in Lemon Grove.
1926 Culvert on Federal Blvd in Lemon Grove
1926 Culvert on Federal Blvd in Lemon Grove
Abandoned concrete between Steele Canyon and Jamul.
Abandoned concrete between Steele Canyon and Jamul.
White striping still visible near Jamul.
White striping still visible near Jamul.

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1930 Dulzura Creek Bridge. There are abutments to the north where a former wooden bridge once existed.
1930 Dulzura Creek Bridge. There are abutments to the north where a former wooden bridge once existed.
Bridge over Cottonwood Creek from 1954.
Bridge over Cottonwood Creek from 1954.
Abutments for the pre-1954 Cottonwood Creek Bridge on Barrett Smith Road.
Abutments for the pre-1954 Cottonwood Creek Bridge on Barrett Smith Road.
Bingville UP from 1915.
Bingville UP from 1915.
1914 railroad bridge near Hipass.
1914 railroad bridge near Hipass.
Old alignment near Tecate Divide.
Old alignment near Tecate Divide.
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