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Santa Cruz is a city in California, which is featured in American Truck Simulator and in 18 Wheels of Steel series. Like many other Californian cities it is situated at the coast.
The only known landmarks in Santa Cruz are the Santa Cruz Surfing Museum and the Cliff Drive.
The city features a Bitumen depot, a Coastline Mining quarry, a Plaster & Sons construction area, a Wallbert depot and a small Wallbert store. There are also an International truck dealer, a gas station, a service shop and a recruitment agency.
One can also find some rest stops, an HMS Machinery depot and the Voltison Motors headquarters along SR 1 towards San Francisco.
The and connect Santa Cruz with Santa Maria and Los Angeles to the south and San Francisco to the north.
The runs from US 101 in Gilroy south of Santa Cruz to the and to the east.
In the initial version of American Truck Simulator, a section of US 101 began in Santa Cruz as a city street and headed east to end where SR 198 currently ends in Huron.
In update 1.5, which changed the map scale from 1:35 to 1:20, the section of US 101 between Santa Cruz and Oxnard was added, as well as the section of SR 152 off US 101 south of Santa Cruz.
In update 1.29, the section of US 101 between Santa Cruz and San Francisco was added. The route was changed from a city street to a freeway connected to the town by a diamond interchange.
In update 1.31.2, a special Mud Creek Slide depot was added south of the city along SR 1 as part of the Operation Big Sur event.
In update 184.108.40.206, the Mud Creek Slide depot was removed.
In update 1.36, the at-grade three-way junction of SR 1 and Swift Street was re-oriented from a SR 1 TOTSO to SR 1 going straight through the junction. A gas station and an International truck dealer were added, and the city received a texture overhaul and various minor improvements.
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