Fresno California US Map

Fresno, California, is a city with a network of streets and roads that facilitate transportation and connect various neighborhoods and districts.   Here are some principal streets and roads in Fresno:

  1. State Route 99 (SR 99): This major north-south freeway runs through Fresno, connecting it to other cities in the San Joaquin Valley, including Bakersfield to the south and Modesto to the north.
  2. State Route 41 (SR 41): This freeway runs north-south and provides access to Yosemite National Park to the north. It intersects with SR 99 in Fresno.
  3. Shaw Avenue: A major east-west thoroughfare, Shaw Avenue is lined with commercial establishments, shopping centers, and residential areas.
  4. Blackstone Avenue: Another important north-south artery, Blackstone Avenue is known for its retail and dining establishments. It runs parallel to SR 41 and is a key commercial corridor.
  5. Herndon Avenue: Running east-west, Herndon Avenue is a major road that connects various neighborhoods and commercial areas. It intersects with SR 99 in the northwest part of the city.
  6. Cedar Avenue: Cedar Avenue is another north-south road that intersects with Shaw Avenue. It passes through various neighborhoods and commercial districts.
  7. First Street and Fresno Street: These are major north-south roads that traverse through the city and are often used for local travel and access to businesses.
  8. Belmont Avenue: An east-west road that runs through central Fresno, Belmont Avenue connects various neighborhoods and commercial areas.
  9. Clinton Avenue: Another east-west thoroughfare, Clinton Avenue connects areas in the southern part of the city.
  10. Clovis Avenue: Clovis Avenue runs through both Fresno and the neighboring city of Clovis. It is a north-south road that intersects with Shaw Avenue.
  11. Ashlan Avenue: This east-west road is another important route in Fresno, connecting neighborhoods, schools, and commercial centers.

Remember that Fresno is a growing city, and new developments may lead to changes in the road network. For the most up-to-date and detailed information, it’s recommended to consult a local map or navigation system.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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