is 114 an "official" daylighting, though? I seem to remember that the two 114 signs were only on temporary construction signs, implying to me that it was the construction company who did it, likely without explicit Caltrans approval.
You know, I'm not sure, simply because that's still way more signage than 262 ever got on the actual route!
221 (former segment of 29 that received its number in the 80s) is one of the stranger daylighted routes, I think it's only signed at the termini.
Is 77's one sign an official CalTrans install? I don't think I've ever gone down that route yet.
275 in West Sacramento I think got daylighted via construction sign referring to "SR 275" but no shield - oddly enough, after the route had been off the legislative books for at least 6-7 years. Don't know if the sign is still up now that part of old US 40/99W (West Capital Avenue) was closed off to adjust traffic flow near Raley Field.
What is amusing is that other than 262, the three newly signed (in some form) routes (114, 112, 77) mentioned above...aren't particularly useful navigationally, while the 93 corridor and 109 remain unsigned and yet offer much more useful connections!