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State Route 299 is a state highway in the U.S. state of California that runs across the northern part of the state. It runs from Arcata on the Pacific Ocean to the border with Nevada. Between Arcata and Redding, Route 299 junctions with State Route 96 and is briefly co-signed with State Route 3. In Redding, it intersects with State Route 273 and State Route 44 and a short section is co-signed with Interstate 5. East of Redding, it intersects with State Route 89 and a section is co-signed with State Route 139 before reaching Alturas. It is then co-signed with U.S. Route 395 north-east of Alturas, then it runs east towards the border with Nevada. A ghost town, Vya, Nevada, can be reached via this route, which after the border becomes a dirt road, which was formerly Nevada State Route 8A. Part of SR 299 is the Trinity Scenic Byway, a Forest Service Byway. This route is part of the California Freeway and Expressway System[1] and is eligible for the State Scenic Highway System[2].


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