Temporary ACA Route Road Closures / Sierra Cascades, Section 3, map 39, late snow removal - April 2017« on: April 28, 2017, 03:23:11 pm »
This is a potential reroute (going south to north):
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Problem i have just discovered is that after buying the routes from ACA and loading them onto the Garmin with the service points, the service points dont show on the Garmin?
I'm not sure how to give/get update info for the digital maps. I noticed on the Route 66 map 6 it shows leaving Cajon Rd and going through Devore. The recent construction has reconnected Cajon Rd so you don't have to climb the hill into Devore. Cajon Rd now continues under the freeway.
from what i can gather from caltrans is that they are working on a walk around where you can walk/carry bike to bypass damaged bridge.
It is unknown when the bridge will be replaced. Due to a lack of nearby roads, an extensive reroute is required. The reroute is 145.7 mi. and can be found at this RideWithGPS link: ridewithgps.com/routes/19189649 It is about 30 miles longer than the Pacific Coast route. It begins on map 46 in Marina and ends on map 51 south of Cayucos. Services are limited for the 60 miles between King City and Paso Robles. Also, because this route travels inland, the weather will be significantly different than that on the coast. It will typically be drier and up to 20 degrees hotter.