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"CA 36" redirects here. For the congressional district, see California's 36th congressional district. State Route 36 Route information Defined by S&HC § 336 Maintained by Caltrans Length: 248.856 mi[1] (400.495 km) Major junctions West end: US 101 near Fortuna   I-5 in Red Bluff SR 99 east of Red Bluff SR 89 near Chester East end: US 395 near Susanville Highway system State highways in California(list • pre-1964) History • Unconstructed • Deleted • Freeway • Scenic ← SR 35 SR 37 → State Route 36 (SR 36) is an east–west state highway in the U.S. state of California that is routed from U.S. Route 101 in Humboldt County to U.S. Route 395 just east of Susanville in Lassen County. The portion of SR 36 travelling past Lassen Volcanic National Park and Lake Almanor is part of the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway, a National Scenic Byway[2]. Also, Route 36 between Alton and Susanville is a designated Blue Star Memorial Highway. Contents 1 Route description 2 In popular culture 3 Major intersections 4 References 5 External links Route description SR 36 is part of the California Freeway and Expressway System[3] and is eligible for the State Scenic Highway System.[4] However, it is not an official scenic highway as designated by Caltrans.[5] SR 36 begins in Fortuna at an interchange with US 101. After going through the community of Alton, SR 36 continues east through the city of Hydesville. The highway continues through Carlotta before paralleling the Van Duzen River all the way to the town of Bridgeville. SR 36 passes near McClellan Mountain as it follows a curving path through the towns of Dinsmore and Cobbs and enters Trinity National Forest.[6] Once in Trinity County, the Van Duzen River veers away from SR 36, which crosses the Mad River before passing through the communities of Mad River and Forest Glen. The route briefly bends north to intersect with the southern terminus of SR 3 before turning back east as Cold Creek Road and entering first Shasta County, where SR 36 intersects CR A16 and leaves the forest, and then Tehama County. SR 36 passes through Rosewood and later intersects CR A5 before entering the city of Red Bluff as Beegum Road. SR 36 continues south as Main Street into downtown Red Bluff before making a turn east as Oak Street, crossing the Sacramento River and coming to an interchange with I-5 before turning into Antelope Boulevard and passing the Tehama County Fairgrounds as it leaves the city limits.[6] SR 36 intersects the northern terminus of SR 99 and turns northeast at the intersection. Several miles later, SR 36 intersects CR A6 at the community of Dales before continuing east and passing through Paynes Creek. Eventually, SR 36 intersects SR 172 at the town of Mineral in the Lassen National Forest before running concurrently with SR 89. SR 89 and SR 36 intersect with the eastern terminus of SR 32 before crossing into Plumas County. Once the highway reaches the western shore of Lake Almanor, SR 89 continues southeast, while SR 36 passes through the community of Chester along the northern shore of Lake Almanor.[6] The route continues into Lassen County, where it intersects SR 147 and passes in between Lassen and Plumas National Forests. SR 36 intersects SR 44 before entering the city of Susanville as Hillcrest Road. The highway continues north briefly as Pine Street before becoming Main Street and continuing east through downtown Susanville and intersecting SR 139 and CR A27 before leaving the city limits. SR 36 ends at an intersection with US 395 just southwest of Johnstonville.[6] In popular culture On the TV show Lost, during a flashback scene in the episode Further Instructions, John Locke picks up a hitchhiker who happens to be an undercover police officer on State Route 36. In author Robyn Carr's romantic novel series Virgin River, the fictional town of Virgin River is located off State Route 36 in the mountains of Humboldt County in Northern California. Major intersections Note: Except where prefixed with a letter, postmiles were measured in 1964, based on the alignment as it existed at that time, and do not necessarily reflect current mileage. The numbers reset at county lines; the start and end postmiles in each county are given in the county column. County Location Postmile [1][7][8] Destinations Notes Humboldt HUM 0.00-45.68 Alton 0.00 US 101 Bridgeville R23.92 Alderpoint Road – Blocksburg Trinity TRI 0.00-R41.14 Van Duzen River Road – Zenia R3.32 Lower Mad River Road – Ruth 27.23 SR 3 north – Hayfork, Redding Wildwood Road – Wildwood, Hayfork Harrison Gulch Road – Deer Lick Springs Shasta SHA 0.00-11.93 Platina 8.87 CR A16 (Platina Road) – Redding Tehama TEH 0.00-104.00 23.20 CR A5 (Bowman Road) – Cottonwood Red Bluff L39.73 I-5 Bus. north (Main Street) to I-5 north – Redding West end of I-5 Bus. overlap L41.15 CR A7 (Walnut Street) Serves Shasta College L41.29 I-5 Bus. south / CR A8 (Main Street) / Oak Street East end of I-5 Bus. overlap 41.85 I-5 – Redding, Corning Interchange 44.00 SR 99 south – Los Molinos, Chico Dales 55.26 CR A6 (Manton Road) – Manton Paynes Creek 58.18 Lanes Valley Road – Manton Mineral 83.14 SR 172 east – Mill Creek 87.68 SR 89 north – Lassen Volcanic National Park West end of SR 89 overlap Morgan Springs 91.25 SR 172 west – Mill Creek 99.94 SR 32 west – Chico Plumas PLU 0.00-18.42 Chester 6.29 SR 89 south – Greenville, Quincy East end of SR 89 overlap R13.93 CR A13 (Big Springs Road) Lassen LAS 0.00-R29.39 0.76 SR 147 south – Clear Creek, Greenville, Oroville Westwood 3.71 CR A21 (Mooney Road) to SR 44 R19.20 SR 44 west – Redding, Mount Shasta 22.06 CR A1 (Eagle Lake Road) – Eagle Lake Susanville 25.36 SR 139 north (Ash Street) – Adin, Klamath Falls, North Shore Eagle Lake Serves Lassen College R26.22 CR A27 (East Riverside Drive) R29.39 US 395 / Richmond Road East – Alturas, Klamath Falls, Reno 1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi      Concurrency terminus •      Closed •      Incomplete access •      Unopened References ^ a b California Department of Transportation, State Truck Route List (XLS file), accessed September 2008 ^ 2006 Named Freeways, Highways, Structures and Other Appurtenances in California. Caltrans. p. 127. http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/tsip/hseb/products/2006_Named_Freeways.pdf. Retrieved 2007-03-28.  ^ CA Codes (shc:250-257) ^ CA Codes (shc:260-284) ^ "Officially Designated State Scenic Highways and Historic Parkways". California Department of Transportation. December 7, 2007. http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/LandArch/scenic_highways/. Retrieved June 22, 2011.  ^ a b c d Thomas Brothers (2008). California Road Atlas [map]. ^ California Department of Transportation, Log of Bridges on State Highways, July 2007 ^ California Department of Transportation, All Traffic Volumes on CSHS, 2007 External links WestCoast Roads- State Route 36 Caltrans: Route 36 highway conditions California Highways: SR 36