|State of Tempache|
"Omnes Nos Can Operor Illud"
We All Can Do It
|Constituent state of||Federal States|
|Largest city||Los Reyes|
|• Secretary of State||TBD|
|• Upper house||State Senate|
|• Lower house||State House of Counties|
|• Total||TBD km2|
TBD sq mi
|• Estimate (TBD)||TBD|
|• Per capita||TBD|
Tempache is a state in the Far Northwest Region of the Federal States. It's capital is San Pablo. It's largest city is Los Reyes, and it's largest metro is Los Reyes Metropolitan Area. With the exception of the coastal areas and Tesoro Metro area, the state is a mostly sparsely populated desert. It is bordered by Cosperica to the west, Costa Dorada to the east, and Atascadera and Alcortez to the south.
The central region of the state is home to the Aguero Desert, featuring the unique Aguero Cactus. The desert features hot and dry weather all year long, with warm winters and very hot summers, making Tesoro the hottest city in the FSA. The coastal regions are more temperate, and semi arid. The northeast region of the state features the Unnamed Desert, also hot and dry. Southern Tempache is cooler in its higher elevations.
Los Reyes has 14 counties. In alphabetical order, they are Aguero, Baker, Clark, Cosperica, Dennis, Kateri, Kronkyte, Manara, Mariposa, Papago, Santa Raquel, Stanford, Tesoro, and Yucca.
Largest cities in Tempache
|Rank||Name||County||Population||Land area (miles squared)|
|1||Los Reyes||Mariposa County||819,274||TBD|
|5||San Pablo||Mariposa County||86,848||TBD|
|6||Hermosa Park||Mariposa County||49,859||TBD|
|10||Prima Vera||Mariposa County||37,377||TBD|
|12||Costa Mesa||Mariposa County||35,155||TBD|
|13||Santa Lena||Papago County||31,904||TBD|
Tempache has 3 mainline FS routes and 2 auxiliary routes.
FS-99: from state border with Cosperica to FS-90
FS-91: from state border with -82 to FS-99 in Los Reyes
FS-90: from state border with Cosperica to state border with Costa Dorada
FS-999: from FS-90 near Woodridge to FS-91 in San Pablo
The Tempache State Route system was established in 1934. The "SR xx" reference tag is used. Alternate routes or old routes are "SR xxA". Business Routes are "SR xx;BUS". Standard state routes use numbers 10-499.
State routes are coded by number for each region of the state. The route with the repeating number in each region (11, 22, 33, etc) is the primary route for the region.
SR 1x: Northeastern region, SR 11 connects Los Reyes to the northern beach cities.
SR 2x: Northwestern region, SR 22 connects Santa Lena to Tesoro.
SR 3x: West Central region, SR 33 connects Los Reyes to Tesoro, and then continued towards Jundah into Atascadera. This route and has largely been bypassed by FS-91.
SR 4x: North central region, SR 44 connects the eastern Los Reyes Suburbs to Camel, and then into Cosperica. This route has largely been bypassed by FS-90.
SR 5x: Southern Los Reyes region, SR 55 connects Los Reyes to Dula, and then continues south towards Dennison. This is the busiest state route.
SR 6x: Los Reyes area routes, SR 66 goes from Los Reyes northwest along the coast. This route has largely been bypassed by FS-99.
SR 7x: East central region, SR 77 connects Los Reyes with state parks in central Tempache.
SR 8x: Southeast region, SR 88 connects Dula to Tesoro, and carries a lot of truck traffic headed into Cosperica.
SR 9x: Southwest/Tesoro region, SR 95 (99 is not used as it is a FS route) runs along the southern portion of the state as the Southern Tempache Highway.
Tempache Freeway Tax Act
In 1991, the Tempache Freeway Act was passed, adding a new tax to fund new freeway-quality state routes to be built and maintained throughout Tempache, mostly in the Los Reyes metro area. Routes that are funded by this tax are marked with a blue shield. New loop routes are designated to use numbers 500-599, but have been using the 5x5 format with the middle number increasing (ex. 515, 525).
Secondary and Tertiary State Routes
Tempache Secondary State routes use numbers 600-899. These roads are not heavily traveled, but they are all lined and paved. They are mostly used to connect smaller towns to major roads. They are also used to mark former alignments of major routes.
Tempache Tertiary state routes use numbers 900+. These roads are technically part of the state highway system, but are usually maintained by local governments.
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