Grapevine is an unincorporated community in Kern County, California, at the ...
lies three miles north of Grapevine on Interstate 5, with Lebec nine miles south.
Interstate 5 in 1960: A pinnacle of achievement for Caltrans highway ... Most
travelers think the portion of I-5 called the Grapevine begins at the north end of ...
From Caltrans, "Most travelers think the portion of I-5 called the Grapevine begins
at the north end of Castaic in the Santa Clarita Valley where the freeway ...
The "Grapevine" is the 6 1/2 mile segment of the Ridge Route that extends from ...
to a 4-lane expressway); and today's 8-lane I-5 freeway completed in 1970.
www.ask.com/youtube?q=Why Is I-5 Called the Grapevine?&v=pvUj2M-wRHQ
Jun 18, 2014 ... Here it is. Interstate 5 in Southern California, going up and then down the
Grapevine. Simply put, this is one of THE MOST dramatic grades ...
www.ask.com/youtube?q=Why Is I-5 Called the Grapevine?&v=QhIMtkYX1ew
Oct 14, 2009 ... Welcome to one of the world's busiest commercial thoroughfares. Fasten your
seatbelt as you ascend California Interstate 5's legendary ...
It's been called the Grapevine for a long time. ... Or perhaps it's named after the
city of Grapevine, CA at the bottom of ... All times are GMT -5.
Mar 24, 2007 ... Best Answer: While the name is commonly used to denote a longer stretch of
Interstate 5, the "Grapevine" is actually just the 6.5-mile segment ...
Tejon Summit is located on Interstate 5 approximately 70 miles north of Los
Angeles, California. Tejon pass is often called the Grapevine, however, the ...
Nov 1, 2012 ... Today, motorists traveling on Interstate 5 between Southern ... highway -- once
called the Ridge Route and today popularly known as the ...