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Justus skyline

View of Downtown Justus from Lake Cascade on a summer night.

Justus is the largest city in the state of Idaho. Located off Lake Cascade, at approximately here (on those three peninsulas/land masses), it had a population of 3,341,556 in 2018, making it the third largest city in the United States after New York and Los Angeles. It is known for its skyscrapers, culture, transportation, food, and sports. Its world famous Petagna Street, located in downtown, is the entertainment capital of the northwest, and has a bit of something for everybody.


The tallest building in Justus is the Justus Tower, at 1,322 feet. The second tallest building is the Waypoint Condo Tower, at 1,211 feet. The third tallest building is the Johnacious Building, at 1,169 feet. Fourth is the Fifth Harmony Corporation Building, at 1,133 feet. And fifth is the Evan Plaza, at 1,090 feet.


Public transit

Justus has a large public transit system, called the Justus Transit Authority, or JTA (commonly known as the "J-Trans" or the "J" (although Justus itself is also called The "J"). The J-Trans has 157 bus routes and a subway system comprising of seven train lines. The subway system is 75% underground, 20% elevated, and 5% ground level. There is also a ferry system and light-rail system operated by the J-Trans; there are four ferry lines and five light-rail lines. All forms of transportation, with the exception of the ferry lines, run 24 hours. Justus is served by Amtrak.


Justus is served by one major airport, the Justus-Scanlon International Airport. It is the seventh busiest airport in the world, with 77,812,006 passengers in 2017.


The city is accessible by the Interstate Highway System via Interstate 6, which connects Interstates 15 and 84. I-6 begins in western Oregon at I-84, passes through Justus, and ends in southwestern Idaho at I-15, north of the city of Idaho Falls.



Justus is home to two Major League Baseball teams: the Justus Stackers of the American League (AL), and the Justus Clutchers of the National League (NL). The Stackers play in Stackers Stadium in the southern part of the city, and the Clutchers play at SuperCuts Field in the northern part of the city. The Clutchers have two World Series championships, winning in 1904 and 1994. The Stackers have zero championships, although they have an AL Pennant, playing the Clutchers in the 1994 World Series, a crosstown rivalry.

Justus is home to the Justus Regimen NFL team, which has zero Super Bowl wins; the Justus Rivers NHL team, which has one Stanley Cup (2005), and the Justus Avengers NBA team, which has zero championships. They also have a Major League Soccer team, the Justus Bengals, who have zero cups.

Time Zone

Justus lies in the Mountain Time Zone, because at this point, the entire state of Idaho has switched to Mountain Time Zone. Justus is the largest city in this time zone.


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