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This page is intended to inform map editors on what is being worked on or is completed in the State of Oregon, as well as what is planned according to ODOT or other cities as we find out about them. The last section has transportation and highway resource links for the state.
As of creation of this page, there are two primary active area managers that either have all or a majority of Oregon in their editing permissions. If you have any questions, or need guidance, please feel free to contact them.
Please remember to follow all standards of editing, documented in this wiki. By marking a project complete, you are stating that the work was done following the standard set down by the community (or as best as possible in case where scenarios don't fit any of the standards documented).
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Oregon follows the Functional Classification (FC) system for both state and non-state roads. This change from the previous road-typing guidance was changed in September 2014.
|100%||Full length from Washington to California border is intact and should be routable. There may be some exceptions to properly named exits. Alt name "Pacific Hwy" is complete.|
|100%||From I-84 interchange south of Umatilla into Washington to interchange with WA14.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e6/I-84.svg/20px-I-84.svg.png I-84||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||There may be some exceptions to properly named exits. Space removed after hyphen: 100%.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e6/I-105.svg/20px-I-105.svg.png I-105||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Complete from I-5 to 7th St in Eugene.|
|100%||Complete in Oregon from I-5 to Washington border. Space removed after hyphen: 100%. Alt-named East Portland Fwy.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e6/I-405.svg/20px-I-405.svg.png I-405||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Space removed after hyphen: 100%. Alt-named Stadium Fwy.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e6/US_20.svg/20px-US_20.svg.png US-20||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary and alternate named from Newport (Oregon coast) to Nyssa (OR-ID border).|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e6/US_26.svg/20px-US_26.svg.png US-26||RallyChris, AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary and alternate named from US101 junction south of Seaside to Vale. Listed as an Alt name of US-26 from Vale through Nyssa (OR-ID border). Connectivity verified.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e6/US_30.svg/20px-US_30.svg.png US-30||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary and alternates named from US101 junction in Astoria to the Oregon-Idaho border. This US route comprises Lower Columbia River Hwy No 92, Stadium Freeway, Columbia River Hwy, Historic Columbia River Hwy (Cascade Locks), Mosier-The Dalles Hwy, Old Oregon Trail Hwy, Pendleton Hwy, La Grande-Baker Hwy, Huntington Hwy. (ODOT removed the name "TH Banfield Expressway" from I-84 in Portland in 1957.) Section in Ontario called "Ontario Spur" was not alt-named.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/ec/US_30.svg/20px-US_30.svg.png US30 BYP||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||"US Hwy 30 Byp" set as alt name from US-30 interchange starting at NW Bridge Ave heading east to junction with I-84 at 238th Ave, Exit 16. Alt-named "NE Portland Hwy" from NW Bridge Ave to end of ODOT responsibility after 165th Ave in Gresham.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e6/US_30B.svg/20px-US_30B.svg.png US-30B||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||"US Hwy 30 Bus" set as alt name from I-84 exit at MP 374 through town to I-84 interchange at MP 376. US-30 Bus run concurrently with a segment of OR201 (Olds Ferry-Ontario Hwy No 455), Washington St, N Oregon St and E Idaho Ave in Ontario.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e6/US_95.svg/20px-US_95.svg.png US-95||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||"US Hwy 95" set as Major Hwy with primary name set from Homedale, ID, through into Oregon to McDermitt on the OR-NV border. Alt-names "I.O.N. Hwy" and "Idaho-Oregon-Nevada Hwy" added from Idaho to Nevada within Oregon borders only.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e6/US_97.svg/20px-US_97.svg.png US-97||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||"US Hwy 97" set as Major Hwy with primary name from Oregon-Washington border on Columbia River at Biggs Junction, south to the Oregon-California border. Alt name "Sherman Hwy" from Biggs Junction to interchange with US-197. Alt name "The Dalles-California Hwy" set from US-197 junction south. "US Hwy 97" is an alt name through bend as part of the "Bend Parkway."|
|AlanOfTheBerg||100%||"US Hwy 97 Bus" set as alt name for US-20/McKenzie-Bend Hwy in Bend. South of Greenwood Ave in Bend, it is alt name for 3rd St. South of Cleveland Ave, it is primary name until meeting US-97 at the south end of Bend|
|AlanOfTheBerg||100%||"US Hwy 97 Bus" set as alt name for portions OR39/Klamath Falls-Malin Hwy, N Alameda Ave, Esplanade Ave, Main St and Klamath Ave in Klamath falls. US97B exits US97 at MP272.6 running concurrently with OR39 and rejoins US97 at MP275.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e6/US_101.svg/20px-US_101.svg.png US-101||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||From Washington to California, connectivity intact and named with primary and two alternate names.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e6/US_197.svg/20px-US_197.svg.png US-197||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||"US Hwy 197" named primary from Oregon-Washington border on the Columbia River at The Dalles southward to the junction with US97. Alt-named "The Dalles-California Hwy" through the entire section as well.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e6/US_199.svg/20px-US_199.svg.png US-199||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||"US Hwy 199" set as primary outbound from Grants Pass to California border. Within Grants Pass, "US Hwy 199" is set as an alternate from I-5 Exit 58 until leaving OR99. Along the entire length from I-5 Exit 58 until the California border, "Redwood Hwy" is set as an alt name.|
US-199 Spur Grants Pass
|AlanOfTheBerg||100%||"US Hwy 199 Spur" set as primary outbound from I-5 Exit 55 at Grants Pass to junction with US199.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e6/US_395.svg/20px-US_395.svg.png US-395||AlanOfTheBerg||50%||"US Hwy 395" set as primary or alternate as appropriate from Oregon-Washington border on I-82 at Umatilla south to Mount Vernon. Alt-names along "McNary Hwy" (I-82), "Columbia River Hwy" (US-730), and "Umatilla-Hermiston Hwy" set correctly. From Pendleton Exit 209 south to junction with US20 north of Burns, primary name set and Major Highway road type set.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e6/US_730.svg/20px-US_730.svg.png US-730||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||"US Hwy 730" complete with primary naming in rural areas from I-84 Exit 168 through Irrigon and Umatila to the Washington border. In Umatila, "US Hwy 730" is an alt-name. Alt-name "Columbia River Hwy" applied throughout.|
Oregon signed routes are different than Oregon Highways. State Routes use an Oregon Highway, so many routes are composed of more than one Oregon Highway.
There are several Oregon highways which do not have a route number. These will be added to the end of the table.
Table of state routes is not yet complete. Please see the Oregon mapping resources page for links.
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/fc/OR_3.svg/20px-OR_3.svg.png OR3||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Named and fully alt-named Enterprise-Lewiston Hwy from Enterprise, OR junction with OR82 to Washington state border.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/9e/OR_6.svg/20px-OR_6.svg.png OR6||AlanOfTheBerg||75%||Primary name rural areas set. Alt-name may not be present in all urban areas now as Cartouche-based updates to geometry wipes out the alt name.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/86/OR_7.svg/20px-OR_7.svg.png OR7||AlanOfTheBerg||70%||Primary naming complete from junction with I-84 in Baker City south to US26. Alt name with "Baker-Copperfield Hwy" and "La Grande-Baker Hwy" complete within Baker City. Alt name of "Whitney Hwy" partially complete.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/3/38/OR_8.svg/20px-OR_8.svg.png OR8||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary naming complete from US26 in Beaverton to OR6 west of Forest Grove. Alt-name of "Tualatin Valley Hwy" is alternate through most segments, primary in a few in Beaverton and Aloha. State Hwy 8 is alt-name throughout except section from Forest Grove to OR6 where it is primary. Alt-name of "Nehalem Hwy" is alternate from junction with OR47 west to junction with OR6.|
|100%||OR10 starts at the west end of the Ross Island Bridge (US26), follows Pacific Highway West south along Naito Parkway and Barbur Blvd, then heads west along SW Capitol Hwy. Capitol Hwy diverges south and OR10 continues on SW Beaverton-Hillsdale Hwy (no other local name) west to OR217. At the west side ramps junction with OR217, OR10 continues west along Farmington Rd (local jurisdiction Farmington Hwy) until it ends at a junction with OR219. At 196th Ave is where ODOT jurisdiction over Farmington Hwy 042 resumes.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/fa/OR_11.svg/20px-OR_11.svg.png OR11||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Fully complete with primary and alt-naming, including "Oregon-Washington Hwy" from I-84 Exit 210 in Pendleton, north to the Oregon-Washington border.|
|100%||Fully complete with primary and alt-naming, including "Salmon River Hwy" from junction with OR99W east of Lafayette to the interchange with US101 northwest of Lincoln City.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/6f/OR_19.svg/20px-OR_19.svg.png OR19||AlanOfTheBerg||75%||Primary name 100% complete from Arlignton, OR interchange with I-84, south through Condon, south through Fossil, southeast to Spray, and south to junction with US-26. Alt-names are mostly in place but must be completed.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/94/OR_22.svg/20px-OR_22.svg.png OR22||twisted86||20%||Willamette River to Lancaster Dr.: route verified; alt-named (except two segments on Mission St. overpass; connections on hwy proper verified|
I-5 to Sublimity: route verified; connections on hwy proper verified; changed to major highway (needs exit numbers)
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/9d/OR_27.svg/20px-OR_27.svg.png OR27||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name set from junction with US26 to Prineville. Alt name of "Crooked River Hwy" set.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/0/0d/OR_31.svg/20px-OR_31.svg.png OR31||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name set from junction with US97 at La Pine to junction with US395. Alt name of "Fremont Hwy" is complete throughout.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/93/OR_34.svg/20px-OR_34.svg.png OR34||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name set from Waldport junction with US101 to Lebanon junction with US20. State Hwy 34 is primary in rural areas, and in all areas alt-names used are Alsea Hwy from Waldport to Philomath, Corvallis-Newport Hwy from Philomath to Corvallis, Corvallis-Lebanon Hwy from Corvallis to Lebanon.
NOTE: There is uncertainty of the exact route and highway location of Corvallis-Newport Hwy in Corvallis.
|100%||Alt-name of "Mount Hood Hwy" added for completeness.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/f9/OR_36.svg/20px-OR_36.svg.png OR36||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||From Junction City junction with OR99 to Mapleton junction with OR126, primary and alt-name 100% complete.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/73/OR_37.svg/20px-OR_37.svg.png OR37||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name set from Pendleton intersection with US30 north to an interchange with US730. Alt-name "Pendleton-Cold Springs Hwy" complete.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/1/1d/OR_38.svg/20px-OR_38.svg.png OR38||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name set from I-5 interchange to Reedsport junction with US101. Names and connections verified. Alt named "Umpqua Hwy"|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/8f/OR_39.svg/20px-OR_39.svg.png OR39||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary named and properly alt-named in urban and rural areas from Klamath Falls to CA state line. Alt-named "Klamath Falls-Malin Hwy", "Klamath Falls-Lakeview Hwy" and "Hatfield Hwy". Additionally, Klamath-Malin Hwy No 50 is primary name from junction east of Merrill through Malin and then southeast to the CA border. This section of highway does not have an assigned route #, so the highway name is the primary.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/61/OR_42.svg/20px-OR_42.svg.png OR42||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary set to State Hwy 42 in rural areas, alt-name in urban. Alt name of "Coos Bay-Roseburg Hwy" from junction with US101 in Coos Bay to I-5 near Green.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/20/OR_42S.svg/25px-OR_42S.svg.png OR42S||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary set to State Hwy 42S in rural areas, alt-name in urban. Alt name of "Coquille-Bandon Hwy" from junction with US101 in Bandon to junction with OR42 in Coquille.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/ee/OR_43.svg/20px-OR_43.svg.png OR43||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary set to State Hwy 43 in only limited locations. For the most part, this is also an alternate name as OR43 is primarily an urban route. Alt-name of "Oswego Hwy" added to all segments.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/1/19/OR_46.svg/20px-OR_46.svg.png OR46||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary named and alt-named "Oregon Caves Hwy" from junction with US199 in Cave Junction to parking-lot end at Oregon Caves National Park.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/64/OR_47.svg/20px-OR_47.svg.png OR47||AlanOfTheBerg||95%||Not all alt-names are completed|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/4b/OR_51.svg/20px-OR_51.svg.png OR51||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name set appropriately from junction with OR22 with State Hwy 51, alt-named in urban areas, and alt-named "Independence Hwy" from OR22 to junction at S Main in Independence, then alt-named "Monmouth-Independence Hwy" from S Main in Independence through to the junction with OR99W in Monmouth.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/79/OR_52.svg/25px-OR_52.svg.png OR52||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Very short highway from OR201 in Payette City south to the OR-ID border. Alt-named "Payette Spur Hwy"|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/da/OR_53.svg/25px-OR_53.svg.png OR53||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary set and alt name set "Necanicum Hwy" from junction with US101 in Nehalem to junction with US26.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/2a/OR_58.svg/25px-OR_58.svg.png OR58||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name complete from junction with I-5 sound of Eugene to junction with US-97 sound of La Pine. Alt name of "Willamette Hwy" is complete.|
|100%||Primary name and alt name "Crater Lake Hwy" complete from junction with OR283 and OR99 in Medford, to junction with US97 south of Chiloquin.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/b/b4/OR_66.svg/25px-OR_66.svg.png OR66||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name and alt name "Green Springs Hwy" complete from junction with OR99 in Ashland, to junction with US97 south of Klamath Falls. A short portion between the junction with OR140 south of Klamath Falls and US97 are not OR66 as OR66 ends at the junction with OR140. Green Springs Hwy starts/end at US97.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/73/OR_70.svg/25px-OR_70.svg.png OR70||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name and alt name "Dairy-Bonanza Hwy" complete from junction with OR140 east of Klamath Falls to terminus in Bonanza at Market St.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/21/OR_74.svg/25px-OR_74.svg.png OR74||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name and alt name "Heppner Hwy" complete from junction with I-84 at Exit 164, through Ione, Heppner, Lexington to terminus with US395.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e9/OR_78.svg/25px-OR_78.svg.png OR78||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary and alt name "Steens Hwy" set complete from junction with US395 in Burns to junction with US95. Within Burns, "State Hwy 78" is also an alt-name.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/3/30/OR_82.svg/25px-OR_82.svg.png OR82||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary named 100%, alt-named 100% through towns. Alt-name "Wallowa Lake Hwy" complete. This is complete from La Grande, through towns like Ione, Enterprise and Joseph. Ends at junction with OR350 and OR351 in Joseph.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/61/OR_86.svg/25px-OR_86.svg.png OR86||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||"State Hwy 86" set as primary except in Richland, where it is an alt-name. Alt-name of "Baker-Copperfield Hwy" set. Within Baker, OR, "Baker-Copperfield Hwy" is set as alt name on Main and Campbell St. OR86 doesn't actually start until Exit 302 north of Baker on I-84, whereas Baker-Copperfield Hwy 12 starts in Baker City at the intersection of Main and Broadway.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/4d/OR_86S.svg/25px-OR_86S.svg.png OR86S||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Complete from junction with OR86 to intersection of N/S Main and Record in Halfway, which is also the junction of OR413 and OR414. "State Hwy 86S" set as primary for a short distance off OR86 south of Halfway where it is an alt-name within city limits. Alt name "Baker-Copperfield Hwy Spur" set.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/db/OR_99W.svg/25px-OR_99W.svg.png OR99W||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||"Pacific Highway West" is the alternate name for OR99W. While Pacific Highway West starts at I-5 exit #306 north of Portland, OR99W naming doesn't start until the I-5 exit #294 in Tigard.
Proper alt and primary naming is complete from I-5 Exit #306 in Portland south to the where OR99W and OR99E join at the north side of junction city and become OR99. Pacific Highway West continues as OR99 from here to the south.
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/9d/OR_103.svg/25px-OR_103.svg.png OR103||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name set and alt-named "Fishhawk Falls Hwy" from junction with US26 to junction with OR202.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/c/c3/OR_104.svg/25px-OR_104.svg.png OR104||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Very little of this highway is primary named "State Hwy 104" due to being mostly urban in the Warrenton area. Alt-named additionally with "Fort Stevens Hwy" between US101 just south of Warrenton, north through town ending at the intersection of Pacific Dr and Lake Dr.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d6/OR_104S.svg/25px-OR_104S.svg.png OR104S||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary and alt-named "Fort Stevens Hwy Spur" between S Main Ave in Warrenton to US101.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/8b/OR_120.svg/25px-OR_120.svg.png OR120||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Alt-named "State Hwy 120" and "Swift Hwy" as this short highway is all urban, running on N Portland Rd from the intersection of Columbia Way and Columbia Blvd, along Marine Dr ending at the start of OR99E in the interchange of I-5 Exit 307.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/95/OR_126.svg/25px-OR_126.svg.png OR126||AlanOfTheBerg||40%||Starting at the west end in Florence, Primary set and alt-name of "Florence-Eugene Hwy" has been set from junction with US101 to Eugene junction with Beltline Hwy (OR569).
OR126 from the intersection with 6th/7th in Eugene to the intersection with E Main St in Springfield is designated (as of Dec 2011), Officer Chris Kilcullen Memorial Hwy.
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e6/OR_130.svg/25px-OR_130.svg.png OR130||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary set and alt-named "Little Nestucca Hwy" completely from junction with US101 between Neskowin and Cloverdale to junction with OR22.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/0/08/OR_131.svg/25px-OR_131.svg.png OR131||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary named completely. Start/end from US101 in Tillamook to junction with Pacific Ave/Cape Meares Loop in Oceanside. Alt name of "Netarts Hwy" complete.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/0/03/OR_138.svg/25px-OR_138.svg.png OR138||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name set appropriately for all sections. Alt name of "Elkton-Sutherlin Hwy" is complete. Alt-naming "North Umpqua Hwy" and connectivity confirmed from Roseburg to junction with US97. Alt-naming along the section concurrent with I-5 between Sutherlin and Roseburg complete.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/c/c6/OR_140.svg/25px-OR_140.svg.png OR140||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary named and alt-named "Warner Hwy" from OR-NV border northwest to US395. Alt-name is set on US395 between that junction and Lakeview. Primary name set as appropriate in rural and urban segments. Alt-name of "Klamath Falls Lakeview Hwy" set from KFalls to Lakeview. Alt name of "Lake Of The Woods Hwy" set from White City junction with OR62 to Klamath Falls.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/c/c5/OR_141.svg/25px-OR_141.svg.png OR141||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Marked as Minor Hwy only so far. This is 100% urban so both "State Hwy 141" and ODOT highway name will be alt-names throughout. "Beaverton-Tualatin Hwy" starts at the end of the OR217 exit 4A, Hall Blvd. It is aligned with Hall Blvd south to Durham, where it heads east, and continues southward on Upper Boones Ferry Rd, continues via SW Boones Ferry Rd through to Wilsonville, ending at the north Wilsonville I-5 interchange.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/5c/OR_153.svg/25px-OR_153.svg.png OR153||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name set and alt-named "Bellevue-Hopewell Hwy" from Bellevue intersection with OR18, through Amity, and to a junction with the southern end of OR154.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/b/ba/OR_154.svg/25px-OR_154.svg.png OR154||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name set and alt-named "Lafayette Hwy" between junction with OR233 west of Dayton, south to a junction with OR153.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/72/OR_164.svg/25px-OR_164.svg.png OR164||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name set and alt-named "Jefferson Hwy" except within Jefferson itself when both are alt names. OR164 runs east of I-5, junctioning with I-5 at Exit 238 and 244.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/4f/OR_173.svg/25px-OR_173.svg.png OR173||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||This short highway from US26 Mount Hood Hwy at Government Camp is named and alt-named through to Timberline Lodge.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/21/OR_180.svg/25px-OR_180.svg.png OR180||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name set and alt-named "Eddyville-Blodgett Hwy" fully starting in Eddyville, OR.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/f3/OR_194.svg/25px-OR_194.svg.png OR194||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Fully complete with primary name set in rural segments and alt-named in Monmouth. Alt name "Monmouth Hwy" also set from junction with OR99W in Monmouth to junction with OR223.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/7d/OR_200.svg/25px-OR_200.svg.png OR200||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name set fully from junction with OR99W in Monroe south to OR36 where it jogs west, then continues south and terminates near some logging or camping roads. This is where the ODOT-maintained highway ends at the Douglas County line. From here south, this may be a county-maintained highway to Curtin Rd and then to it's original final end at OR38. Alt name "Territorial Hwy" set.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/0/07/OR_201.svg/25px-OR_201.svg.png OR201||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name set in rural areas, and is alt-named in urban areas. Alt name with state highway names is complete. These are "Olds Ferry-Ontario Hwy," "Central Oregon Hwy" (concurrency with US-20/26), and "Succor Creek Hwy." Alt-name "Succor Creek Hwy" starts/ends west of the border with Idaho at the Succor Creek state park cutoff road. From this point to the Idaho border, OR201 is alt-named "Homedale Spur Hwy" (state highway 490.)|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/fc/OR_202.svg/25px-OR_202.svg.png OR202||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary named in rural areas and alt-named in Astoria as State Hwy 202 from junction at roundabout with US101/Marine Dr in Astoria to junction with OR47. Alt name "Nehalem Hwy" set throughout.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/5e/OR_203.svg/25px-OR_203.svg.png OR203||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name set in rural areas completely from junction with I-84 southeast of La Grande, through Union, to the junction with I-84 north of Baker City. Connectivity verified. Alt-nameed with"La Grande-Baker Hwy" and "Medical Springs Hwy."|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d5/OR_204.svg/25px-OR_204.svg.png OR204||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary set State Hwy 204 except within Elgin city limits, and alt-named "Weston-Elgin Hwy" from junction with OR11 north of Weston to junction with OR82 in downtown Elgin.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/93/OR_205.svg/25px-OR_205.svg.png OR205||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary and alt name "Frenchglen Hwy" set from junction with OR78 just east of Burns to a junction just south of Frenchglen, near Roaring Springs Ranch (Roaring Springs, OR search works). At this point, OR205 does NOT continue south to the NV border. The roads in Waze have been properly named and road type set to Primary Street.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/28/OR_206.svg/25px-OR_206.svg.png OR206||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||State Hwy 206 named throughout from junction with I-84 at exit 97, to junction with OR74 in Heppner, primary in rural areas, alt-name in urban locations. Alt-names set which are "Celilo-Wasco Hwy" and "Wasco-Heppner Hwy." Wasco-Heppner Hwy starts north of Wasco at a junction with US97. The section which heads south directly into Wasco is not a signed Oregon route.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/ec/OR_207.svg/25px-OR_207.svg.png OR207||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Fully complete from junction with US730 north of Hermiston, south to junction with US26 in Mitchell. Alt-name set in urban areas. Alt-names for OR207 are "Hermiston Highway," "Lexington-Echo Hwy," "Heppner Hwy," "Wasco-Heppner Hwy," "Heppner-Spray Hwy," "John Day Hwy," and "Service Creek-Mitchell Hwy"|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/1/16/OR_210.svg/25px-OR_210.svg.png OR210||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primarily urban highway runs on SW Scholls Ferry Rd from junction with Beaverton-Hillsdale Hwy (OR10) to a junction with OR219 in Scholls. Alt-named "State Hwy 210" and "Scholls Hwy" throughout as the primary name is the common local name.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/5f/OR_211.svg/25px-OR_211.svg.png OR211||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Road naming 100% complete from junction with OR99E in Woodburn to junction with US26 in Sandy. Alt-names include "Woodburn-Estacada Hwy", "Clackamas Hwy" and "Eagle Creek-Sandy Hwy." In some stretches, State Hwy 211 is an alt-name as well, such as concurrence with OR224 between Estacada and Damascus.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/46/OR_212.svg/25px-OR_212.svg.png OR212||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Complete from I-205 interchange in Clackamas to US26 junction. Alt-named "State Hwy 212" and "Clackamas Hwy" from I-205 to junction where OR224 heads south just before Damascus. Then alt-named "Clackamas-Boring Hwy" to US26.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/f9/OR_213.svg/25px-OR_213.svg.png OR213||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Complete from start at interchange with Columbia Blvd in NE Portland for the portion which is "Cascade Hwy North" which follows 82nd St south until merging with I-205. "State Hwy 213 is an alt-name as this is all urban. State Hwy 213 continues as alt-name along I-205, following Exit 10, where it begins as primary name. Alt-name here south is "Cascade Hwy South" through to Silverton. From Silverton, State Hwy 213 is alt-named on Main St, McClaine, then Silverton Rd to Hayesville. OR213 follows Lancaster Dr to Market St in Salem, and then end at I-5 Exit 256.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d9/OR_216.svg/25px-OR_216.svg.png OR216||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||From junction with US26 between Government Camp and Warm Springs to US197 east of Maupin, alt-named "Wapinitia Hwy." Then concurrent with US197 north to Tygh Valley. From there, alt-named "Sherars Bridge Hwy" to Grass Valley.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/75/OR_219.svg/25px-OR_219.svg.png OR219||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Within urban areas, OR219 is alt-named with "State Hwy 219" from Hillsboro junction with OR8 to Woodburn junction with OR214 on east side of the I-5 overpass. Alt name "Hillsboro-Silverton Hwy" is applied throughout. Concurrent with OR99W in Newberg as well.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/8d/OR_221.svg/25px-OR_221.svg.png OR221||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary named in rural areas, alt-named in urban areas from Salem to Dayton. Alt-name "Salem-Dayton Hwy" complete and connectivity verified.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/5d/OR_222.svg/25px-OR_222.svg.png OR222||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Due to rural roads being used locally, "State Hwy 222" is an alt-name throughout the length of this route. The route goes from the interchange with OR126 and 42nd St in Springfield, south to the roundabout at Jasper Rd, southeast along Jasper Rd to Parkway Rd. Along Parkway Rd, "Springfield-Creswell Hwy" is also an alt-name south to the junction with OR58. There is a gap in the route from there to the west to Cloverdale Rd. From here, "State Hwy 222" is an alt-name again south to the 2nd intersection with Rodgers Rd. At Rodgers Rd, "Springfield-Creswell Hwy" is also an alt-name from here to the end in Creswell. The route terminates with OR99 at Mill St in Cresswell. Naming complete and connectivity verified.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/57/OR_223.svg/25px-OR_223.svg.png OR223||AlanOfTheBerg||80%||Primary named "State Hwy 223" in non-urban areas. Alt-named within cities. OR223 splits in Dallas with both ends connecting with OR22. From the west connection all the way south to US20, alt-named "Kings Valley Hwy." From Dallas to Rickreal, alt-named "Dallas-Rickreal Hwy." Connectivity needs to be verified|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/52/OR_225.svg/25px-OR_225.svg.png OR225||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||OR225 runs from the junction of Franklin Blvd and Main/A St in Springfield. Franklin+Main/A is also OR126 Business loop. From here, it runs concurrent with Franklin Blvd, across I-5 where it changes to McVay Hwy as the primary name. "State Hwy 225" is an alt-name throughout this short (2.3-mile) highway. Set a Primary Street due to being such a short/minor highway.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/8a/OR_226.svg/25px-OR_226.svg.png OR226||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name set from junction with US20 east of Albany through Scio, Lyons and ending in Mehama at a junction with OR22. Alt-name "Albany-Lyons Hwy" set.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/a7/OR_227.svg/25px-OR_227.svg.png OR227||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary named "State Hwy 227" from OR62 to the Douglas County line: https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=4&lat=42.77302&lon=-122.86808&nodes=56977200. Alt-named "Tiller-Trail Hwy" as well. OR227 also ends at the Douglas County line. From the Douglas County line to Canyonville, primary name is "Tiller Trail Hwy" per the Douglas County GIS.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/b/b7/OR_228.svg/25px-OR_228.svg.png OR228||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary named "State Hwy 228" in non-urban areas from Halsey to Sweet Home. "State Hwy 228" is an alt-name in towns, alt-name of "Halsey-Sweet Home Hwy" complete throughout. Connectivity verified.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/f3/OR_229.svg/25px-OR_229.svg.png OR229||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name set from junction between Lincoln Beach and Lincoln City with US101, through Siletz and to terminus at US20 in Toledo. Alt-naming "Siletz Hwy" complete.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/ad/OR_230.svg/25px-OR_230.svg.png OR230||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name set to "State Hwy 230" from junction with OR62 to junction with OR138. Alt-named "West Diamond Lake Hwy". Connectivity verified.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/3/30/OR_233.svg/25px-OR_233.svg.png OR233||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name "State Hwy 233" complete. Alt-named "Amity-Dayton Hwy", sing segment of alt-name "Lafayette Hwy" and other segments which run concurrent with OR18 alt-named "Salmon River Hwy." Segments of "Amity-Dayton Hwy" continues without a route number from the junction of OR233 and OR154 east into Dayton.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/23/OR_234.svg/25px-OR_234.svg.png OR234||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name set "State Hwy 234" northeast of Gold Hill. From Gold Hill west it is concurrent with OR99, so State Hwy 234 is an alt-name. From junction with I-5 west of Gold Hill to junction with OR62, alt-named "Sams Valley Hwy."|
|Gold Hill Spur (OR234)||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name set "Gold Hill Spur" east of Gold Hill to junction with I-5. This is not technical an Oregon Route, so no Hwy or Route # assigned.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/9c/OR_237.svg/25px-OR_237.svg.png OR237||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Complete for primary name set on rural segments from Island City to North Powder. Alt-named with "Cove Hwy" and "La Grande-Baker Hwy."|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/f4/OR_238.svg/25px-OR_238.svg.png OR238||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Complete for primary name set on rural segments from Grants Pass through Murphy and Jacksonville to junction in Medford with OR62 and OR99. Alt-named with "Jacksonville Hwy" throughout and with "State Hwy 238" in urban areas.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/4d/OR_240.svg/25px-OR_240.svg.png OR240||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Complete with "State Hwy 240" in rural areas and as alt-name in urban. Alt-name "Yamhill-Newberg Hwy" assigned throughout.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/5c/OR_241.svg/25px-OR_241.svg.png OR241||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Complete with "State Hwy 241" in rural areas and as alt-name in urban. Alt-name "Coos River Hwy" assigned throughout.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/81/OR_242.svg/25px-OR_242.svg.png OR242||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name "State Hwy 242" and alt-name "McKenzie Hwy" set from junction with OR126 to junction with US20 at Sisters. There are also landmarks along the route at the winter closure gates with road junctions in order to split the highway apart during the winter closure period per ODOT.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/26/OR_244.svg/25px-OR_244.svg.png OR244||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name "State Hwy 244" on all rural segments, and within Ukiah, "State Hwy 244" is alt-name. Alt-name "Ukiah-Hilgard Hwy" assigned throughout from junction with US395 to I-84 at MP 252.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/0/03/OR_245.svg/25px-OR_245.svg.png OR245||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name set complete from junction with OR7 to the junction with US26. Alt-naming with "Dooley Mountain Hwy" complete.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/8e/OR_250.svg/25px-OR_250.svg.png OR250||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||This very short coastal "highway" is complete from junction with US101 to Cape Blanco state park. Primary name is "Cape Blanco Rd" with "State Hwy 250" and "Cape Blanco Hwy" as alternate names. Road is very narrow, nowhere near real highway standards, so it is set as Primary Street road type.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/0/06/OR_251.svg/25px-OR_251.svg.png OR251||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||This under 1-mile long coastal "highway" is complete from junction with US101 to Port Orford Heads State Park. Highway runs on 9th St and Coast Guard Rd which are primary names. "State Hwy 251" and "Port Orford Hwy" as alternate names. Road is small, mostly urban, nowhere near real highway standards, so it is set as Primary Street road type.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/ac/OR_255.svg/25px-OR_255.svg.png OR255||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Route set to minor highway from Brookings to Gold Beach, primary name is local street names Alternate names set to State Hwy 255 and Carpenterville Hwy. Connectivity verified.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/a6/OR_273.svg/25px-OR_273.svg.png OR273||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||This route runs from OR66 south of Ashland and junctions with I-5 at Exit 6. All segments alt-named "Siskyou Hwy."|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e7/OR_281.svg/25px-OR_281.svg.png OR281||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Route runs from Hood River south along 12th, south through Parkdale where it turns east/northeast and junctions with OR35. It has alt name "Hood River Hwy" throughout. "State Hwy 281" is also an alternate name in urban areas.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/b/b0/OR_350.svg/25px-OR_350.svg.png SR-350||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Fully complete from junction with OR82 and OR351 in Joseph to Imnaha including alt-naming with "Little Sheep Creek Hwy." Within Joseph, State Hwy 350 is an alt-name.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/b/b0/OR_351.svg/25px-OR_351.svg.png SR-351||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Fully complete from junction with OR82 and OR350 in Joseph to Wallowa Lake power house (entire highway). Alt-named as "Joseph-Wallowa Lake Hwy" throughout. Within Wallowa lake area and Joseph, State Hwy 351 is an alt-name.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/b/b0/OR_380.svg/25px-OR_380.svg.png SR-380||AlanOfTheBerg||50%||Primary name set complete from junction with US26 in Prineville to its end in Paulina. Alt-name of "Paulina Hwy" needs to be completed.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/a8/OR_410.svg/25px-OR_410.svg.png OR410||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary named from junction with OR410 south of Sumpter. Set as alt-name within Sumpter. Alt-named "Sumpter Hwy."|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/5c/OR_414.svg/25px-OR_414.svg.png OR414||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||"State Hwy 414" named primary from junction with OR86 east of Halfway. Within Halfway, it is an alt-name for Record St. Alt-name "Pine Creek Hwy" set.|
|http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/2a/OR_540.svg/25px-OR_540.svg.png OR540||AlanOfTheBerg||100%||Primary name set "State Hwy 540" in rural areas. Within North Bend, Coos Bay, Barview and Charleston, it "State Hwy 540" is an alt name. Alt-named "Cape Arago Hwy" throughout from junction with US101 in North Bend, southwest to Cape Arago.|
This section contains details about road closures currently in place in Waze, usually through disconnecting of segments to prevent Waze from routing along a certain stretch of road. If you perform a closure in Waze, please document it here so other area managers can ensure the roads are reconnected at the appropriate time.
|Road Name||Editor||Closed Date||Est Open Date||Links and comments|
|OR130 bridges work||AlanOfTheBerg
|2014-04-01||2014-09-30||Beginning April 1, OR130 (Little Nestucca Highway) work will begin on three bridges near Dolph between MP 5.09 and MP 7.58, resulting in complete highway closures. Each bridge will be closed for about two months, then re-open to traffic after repairs and painting are complete, as scheduled:
|Old McKenzie Pass Hwy OR242||AlanOfTheBerg||2014-11-13 9am||2015-06-15 Estimated||ODOT press release on Nov 13, 2014 notifying of the seasonal closure of OR242 between the winter closure gates.
For 2014-2015, a closure has been entered in the Waze Map Editor.
KEEP THE FOLLOWING FOR FUTURE REFERENCE:
During the winter closure, highway name should be "! CLOSED ! State Hwy 242" and in the summer, when open, the standard name, "State Hwy 242" is fine.
Landmarks for the closure gates should be large in the winter for better app visibility. Shrink the landmark in the summer.
Future New or Realigned Roads
Large road construction projects often have website project pages and give notice to the public prior to starting. If we stage these roads in Waze and have them ready to deploy when they open to the public, Waze will be a leader in update map providers.
|Road Or Project Name||Est Compl Date||Links and comments|
|I-5 @ Exit 24 Fern Valley Interchange (Phoenix)||April 2014 - 2016||The Fern Valley interchange is expected to be constructed using a 'crossing' or 'diverging diamond' design that provides a higher capacity to move traffic while requiring lower right-of-way needs.
AlanOfTheBerg has upgraded several area roadways to Major Highway or Minor Highway or Primary Street in order to encourage Waze navigation to more easily accept these alternate routes.
October 2014 will see bridge beam sets on Bear Creek, and in November the beam sets over I-5 should commence.
|I-5 @ OR214/OR219 (Woodburn)||Summer 2013 - 2015||ODOT and City of Woodburn have agreed (June 11, 2012) to a design package and approved moving forward with the rebuilding of the interchange on I-5 at MP271.|
|US20 Pioneer Mountain to Eddyville||Phase 3: 2016||ODOT is bypassing a winding section of existing US20. This project has been on-going since 2007. There have been several delays, including landslides and bridge supports being bent, or going out-of-plumb after installation.
Phase 3 started in 2014, estimated to go through 2016. New fill is being added with sensors to detect movement before continuing on with the roadway
|US-26 @ Glencoe Rd||Summer 2012 - 2014||The overpass is being rebuilt/widened and the westbound off-ramp is being extended.|
|US-26 @ W. Fork Dairy Creek||Summer 2012 - 2014||The 100ft bridge over the West Fork Dairy Creek is being replaced.|
|Newberg-Dundee Bypass||2013-2016||Phase 1 groundbreaking took place August 29, 2012 at the location of the new junction near OR219 and Wynooski Rd. Construction is planned to begin in 2013. Full plan is to build a bypass for OR99W south of Newberg and Dundee between the OR18/OR99W interchange to a new interchange on 219 then to S Sprinbrook RD. then to 99w.|
Please see the Oregon mapping resources page.