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Old 06-24-2012, 01:14 PM   #1
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Road from stockton CA to travis air force bA

How is the road to Travis air force base? From Stockton CA?
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Old 06-24-2012, 01:57 PM   #2
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I've been away from the area for a while but I think you'd just take I5 north about an hour and then I80 west for about another hour. All interstate. The condition of California roads in general is atrocious but they were doing some work on them last time I went through during the holidays.

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Old 06-25-2012, 11:46 AM   #3
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You can use Hwy 12 just North of Stockton goes thru Rio Vista to Fairfield and Travis. It is 2 lane but doable. I have driven my 43' with toad. Advantage is NO TOLL BRIDGE. It would cost me about $28 for 5 axles.
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I guess I HAVE been away a long time. What toll bridge is between Stockton and Travis?

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On 680 between Concord and Martinez is the Carquinenez (spelling wrong) Bridge and on I 80 between Rodeo and Vallejo is a bridge who's name does not come to me right now.
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Gotcha now. I was thinking of a more northern route between those two points and didn't think of going over to 680 and up. The bridge on I80 you're thinking of is the Benicia bridge. Here too, it's avoided I believe with a northerly route because Travis is NE of there.

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I just checked the map and you're right... taking 12 is by far the best bet.
Just be careful on that road. There's a lot of crazies wanting to go pretty fast on it from time to time.

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How is the road to Travis air force base? From Stockton CA?
I am doing the same thing, 5 north to 12 west to Fairfield. We will be at Travis starting Wednesday in space 15
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12 is patrolled very heavily so watch your speed.
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12 is patrolled very heavily so watch your speed.
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