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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Due to the subjective nature of the descriptions on how to apply Minor Highway and Major Highway road types, in Oregon, we will, in general, use Major Highway for US routes and Minor Highway for Oregon routes and highways. There are some notable exceptions to this:
- US-26 in the Portland area changes to Freeway type because it is a full limited access road built to interstate standards for several miles in the metro area
- OR217 in Portland/Beaverton/Tigard is build to interstate standards and is typed as a Freeway for its entire length.
|90%||Full length from Washington to California border is intact and should be routable. There may be some exceptions to properly named exits. Alt name is not 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.|
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.
Table of state routes is not yet complete.
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|
|Portland: 17th @ Powell Blvd||AlanOfTheBerg||2012-06-15||2013-06||17th overpass closed for MAX construction. 17th northbound traffic is detoured. See http://brooklyn-neighborhood.org/2012/05/15/se-17th-at-powell-upcoming-closure-information/ for more info.|
|Morrison Bridge construction||AlanOfTheBerg||2011-10-18||2012-12 opened during winter as construction pauses.||During the bridge construction, various ramps to/from the bridge and other street closures are in effect.|
|Old McKenzie Pass Hwy OR242||AlanOfTheBerg||2011-11-14||2012-06-21||ODOT notification on June 19 that OR242 opens to vehicle traffic on 6/21. Map has been updated on June 19 by reconnecting OR242 at each closure location.|
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|
|OR213 @ I-205 Jughandle Project||Spring 2011/Winter 2012||As of July 2012, the new roundabout is in service. Due to delays in Waze map update processing right now, AlanOfTheBerg have completely updated the map with the new layout, turn restrictions, removed ramps in order to effect the new traffic flow as soon as the map updates, which will likely be sometime late in August 2012.|
|US20 Pioneer Mountain to Eddyville||Phase 2: 2015||ODOT is bypassing a winding section of existing US20. This project has been on-going since at least 2007. There have been several delays, including landslides and bridge supports being bent, or going out-of-plumb after installation.
As of June 25, 2012 the project is back underway with a new low-bid contractor. The previously planned bridges are planned to become large box culverts instead, due to the soil instability.
|I-5 at Del Rio Rd||Sep 2012||ODOT will replace the Del Rio bridge over I-5 at the Winchester Interchange (Exit 129). All ramps for Exit 129 will move and Del Rio Rd and OR99 will be realigned.|
|US199 at Josephine Co fairgrounds||Summer 2012||ODOT to redesign the intersections of US199 and Fairgrounds and Ringuette.|
|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.|
|I-5 @ OR214/OR219 (Woodburn)||Spring 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.|
Please see the Oregon mapping resources page.