California is the most populous US state with 39 million people, and the third largest state by area 158,706 sq. mi.
California's transportation system is complex and dynamic, known for its car culture and extensive network of freeways and roads. The rapidly growing population of the state is straining all of its transportation networks.
California has 168,076 mi (270,492 km) of public roads, streets, and highways. 20 huge cities and small towns waiting to be explored, including Los Angeles, Oakland, San Francisco and others. Drive the varied set of roads - from narrow ones to the Pacific Coast Highway, known as State Route 1 it runs north/south quite literally hugging the coastline for the most part.
Pass multiple landmarks including scenic places, well know bridges and historical buildings. Explore the geographic diversity - from the Sierra Nevada mountains to the Pacific Coast, from fir forests to the desert.
Experience the natural beauty of the "Evergreen State" Washington, from its Pacific Coast beaches to snowcapped mountain ranges
and bustling cities such as Seattle and Spokane. Washington is covered by large amounts of forestland, alongside many other diverse biomes.
It is also home to some of America's largest industries and businesses, and is the leading producer of many fruits and vegetables.