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San Jose is one of the largest cities in California with an estimated population of 1,030,000 in 2018, and San Francisco is the second largest city in the Bay Area with an estimated population of 2 million. There are two other major cities, San Jose and Santa Clara, which have about 1.5 million and 1 million people respectively. The population in these areas is roughly the same as in Los Angeles County, California's second largest county.

The canning factories in downtown produce food that is usually shipped by train or boat to Sacramento and Fresno. Three public transportation systems serve Modesto: Amtrak San Joaquin operates regular services to San Francisco, San Jose and Santa Clara, as well as the Sacramento-Fresno Line.

In Modesto, there is also a small creek, aptly named Dry Creek, which is heavily polluted by agricultural runoff, but borders several parks in Modestos. There are several public access points and Waterford has rivers and lakes, some of which are accessible by kayak or small motor boat. The only public water park in the city, the Riverfront Park and Recreation Center, is located in the city and offers access to the river and lake, as well as a number of other parks and recreation areas.

Downtown Modesto is home to large-scale art celebrating the history of American graffiti, and a bronze statue inspired and honoring the fashion designer George Lucas is located on the corner of Main Street and Main Avenue, north of downtown.

This park is about four hectares in size and includes a large sculpture in the shape of a bronze statue of George Lucas. This park is about seven acres and is part of the Central Valley Regional Park System (CCRPS) in Modesto, California.

This park is about 90 - 7 hectares in size and includes a large sculpture in the shape of a bronze statue of George Lucas. The pool area of this park is about six hectares and includes two pools, a picnic area and a playground, as well as a small playground.

The easternmost section is the Minnier area, which includes undeveloped areas for non-motorized recreation and hunting of deer and wild boar at certain times of the year. Most western sections include the Frank Raines Day area, which features a themed playground, picnic areas, picnic area and small playground.

This park is about four hectares and includes a fountain, drinking fountain, picnic areas, picnic area and small playground. This park includes an amphitheater with a lighted basketball court, an outdoor water fountain and other outdoor activities. The parks are about nine hectares in size and include a park with an indoor water park, an outdoor recreation area and an outdoor entertainment area. It is located approximately five miles west of the city of Cerritos, California, near the intersection of Interstate 5 and Interstate 10, about five miles east of Los Angeles and about five miles south of San Bernardino County.

The park covers about four hectares and includes an amphitheatre with a lighted basketball court, an outdoor fountain and other outdoor activities. The park includes a picnic area with picnic tables, picnic benches, play equipment and picnic areas, as well as a small playground.

The park is about 1.5 hectares and includes a picnic area with picnic tables, picnic benches, playground equipment and picnic areas, as well as a small playground. The park, which includes an amphitheater with a lighted basketball court, an outdoor fountain and other outdoor activities, is about one and a half hectares long and about four hectares wide. It is the largest public park in the city and the second largest in Los Angeles County and covers a total area of about 1.5 hectares.

Modesto is served by the Modesto City - County Airport, which is located approximately 2 km from the city center. California State Route 132 provides commuters with access to the highways in the Bay Area, and the distance to other locations includes Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sacramento and San Jose. It is located on the west side of the Sacramento - San Joaquin River Delta at the intersection of Interstate 5 and Interstate 580.

Modesto is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the state of California and celebrates the graffiti summer every year. The annual festival, Gra Graffiti Summer, runs throughout the month of June and celebrates the event by attracting thousands of graffiti artists from all over the United States and the world. Business owners and Modesto residents have complained about the festival's "X-F" pollution and its impact on the city's economy and environment.

In September 2010, the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research published a study showing that 32% of the population had respiratory problems, compared to 20% in the general population. That initial study has since expanded, and the EPA has made Modesto the second most polluted city in California after Los Angeles. The high level of air pollution in a city with a large population of graffiti artists is well above the national average of 1.5 million people per year.

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