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100.123 Official Designations of Oregon State Highways in 1918

OHC - Proposed Highways
 

TABLE J
OFFICIAL DESIGNATION OF STATE HIGHWAYS

No. 1. Pacific Highway—
From Portland south via Oregon City, Salem, Albany, Eugene, Roseburg, Grants Pass, Medford and Ashland to the Oregon-California State Line.
No. 2. Columbia River Highway—
From Astoria east via Rainier, Portland, Hood River, The Dalles, Arlington and Umatilla, to Pendleton.
No. 3. Coast Highway—
From Astoria south via Tillamook, Toledo, Florence, Marshfield, Coquille and Gold Beach to Oregon-California State Line.
No. 4. The Dalles-California Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 2, at or near The Dalles, south via Shaniko, Redmond, Bend, LaPine and Klamath Falls to the Oregon-California State Line.
No. 5. The John Day River Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 2, at or near Biggs, southeasterly through Wasco, Condon, Fossil, Dayville, Prairie City and Vale to the Oregon-Idaho State Line at Ontario.
No. 6. The Old Oregon Trail—
From a junction with Highway No. 2, at Pendleton, southeasterly through La Grande, Baker and Huntington to a junction with Highway No. 5 at or near Ontario.
No. 7. Central Oregon Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 4, at or near Bend, easterly through Millican, Riley, Burns, Crane and Juntura to a junction with Highway No. 5, at or near Vale.
No. 8. Oregon-Washington Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 2, at or near Willows, through Ione, Heppner, Pendleton and Freewater to the Oregon-Washington State Line.
No. 9. Pendleton-John Day Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 8, at or near Pilot Rock south to a junction with Highway No. 5, at or near John Day.
No. 10. La Grande-Enterprise Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 6, at or near La Grande, through Elgin and Enterprise to Joseph.
No. 11. Enterprise-Flora Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 10, at or near Enterprise, north to Flora.
No. 12. Baker-Cornucopia Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 6, at or near Baker, east through Middle Bridge and Halfway to Cornucopia.
No. 13. Baker-Unity Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 6, at or near Baker, southwest to a junction with Highway No. 5, at or near Unity.
No. 14. Antelope-Mitchell Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 4, at or near Antelope to a junction with Highway No. 15, at or near Mitchell.
No. 15. McKenzie River Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 1, at or near Eugene, easterly through the McKenzie Valley and through Sisters, Redmond, Prineville and Mitchell to a junction with Highway No. 5, at or near Dayville.
No. 16. Albany-Sisters Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 4, at or near Albany, southeasterly to a junction with Highway No. 15 near Sisters.
No. 17. Bend-Sisters Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 4, at or near Bend, northwesterly to a junction with Highway No. 15, at or near Sisters.
No. 18. Lakeview-Burns Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 19, near Lakeview, northeasterly to a junction with Highway No. 7, at or near Burns.
No. 19. LaPine-Lakeview Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 4, at or near LaPine southeasterly through Fort Rock, Silver Lake, Paisley and Lakeview to the Oregon-California State Line.
No. 20. Klamath Falls-Lakeview Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 4, at or near Klamath Falls, east to a junction with Highway No. 19, at or near Lakeview.
No. 21. Ashland-Klamath Falls Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 1 near Ashland, east to a junction with Highway No. 4, at or near Klamath Falls.
No.22. Medford-Crater Lake Highway—[64]
From a point on Highway No. 1 at Medford, northeasterly, through Trail and the Rogue River Valley to a junction with Highway No. 24 near Crater Lake.
No. 23. Klamath-Crater Lake Highway—
From a junction with Highway No. 22 near Crater Lake, southeasterly to a junction with Highway No. 4, at or near Chiloquin.
No. 24. The Rim Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 22 near Crater Lake, thence around Crater Lake to the point of beginning.
No. 25. Grants Pass-Crescent City Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 1 at Grants Pass, southwesterly through Kerby and Waldo to the Oregon-California State Line.
No. 26. Mt. Hood Highway—
From Portland through Gresham and Bull Run around the south and east sides of Mt. Hood and to a junction with Highway No. 2, at or near Hood River.
No. 27. Clackamas Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 1, at or near Oregon City, northeasterly to a junction with Highway No. 26, at or near Pleasant Home.
No. 28. The West Side Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 1, at or near Portland, thence south on the west side of the Willamette River through Newberg, McMinnville, Dallas, Independence and Corvallis to a junction with Highway No. 1, at or near Eugene.
No. 29. Forest Grove-McMinnville Highway—
From Portland through Hillsboro, Forest Grove and Carlton to a junction with Highway No. 28, at or near McMinnville.
No. 30. Salem-Independence Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 1, at Salem, southwesterly to a junction with Highway No. 28 at Independence.
No. 31. Albany-Corvallis Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 1, at Albany to a junction with Highway No. 28, at or near Corvallis.
No. 32. Yamhill-Nestucca Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 28, at or near McMinnville, through Sheridan, Willamina, and Dolph to a junction with Highway No. 3, at or near Hebo.
No. 33. Corvallis-Newport Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 28, at Corvallis westerly to a junction with Highway No. 3, at or near Toledo.
No. 34. Eugene-Florence Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 1, near Eugene, westerly through Goldson and Deadwood to a junction with Highway No. 3, near Florence.
No. 35. Coos Bay-Roseburg Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 3, at or near Coquille, easterly up the Middle Fork of the Coquille River, through Camas Valley and Brockway to a junction with Highway No. 1, near Dillard.
No. 36. Pendleton-Cold Springs Highway—
From a point on Highway No. 2, at or near Pendleton, northwest to Cold Springs.

TABLE L
STATE HIGHWAYS
Names, Numbers, Mileages.

HighwaysMiles
No.1Pacific Highway352
No.2Columbia River Highway360
No.3Coast Highway430
No.4The Dalles-California Highway342
No.5The John Day River Highway285
No.6The Old Oregon Trail190
No.7Central Oregon Highway270
No.8Oregon-Washington Highway148
No.9Pendleton-John Day Highway105
No.10La Grande-Enterprise Highway68
No.11Enterprise-Flora Highway35
No.12Baker-Cornucopia Highway76
No.13Baker-Unity Highway42
No.14Antelope-Mitchell Highway43
No.15McKenzie River Highway229
No.16Albany-Sisters Highway100
No.17Bend-Sisters Highway27
No.18Lakeview-Burns Highway159
No.19LaPine-Lakeview Highway151
No.20Klamath Falls-Lakeview Highway100
No.21Ashland-Klamath Falls Highway51
No.22Medford-Crater Lake Highway78
No.23Klamath-Crater Lake Highway14
No.24The Rim Highway39
No.25Grants Pass-Crescent City Highway46
No.26Mt. Hood Highway105
No.27Clackamas Highway18
No.28The West Side Highway120
No.29Forest Grove-McMinnville Highway25
No.30Salem-Independence Highway12
No.31Albany-Corvallis Highway11
No.32Yamhill-Nestucca Highway39
No.33Corvallis-Newport Highway60
No.34Eugene-Florence Highway76
No.35Coos Bay-Roseburg Highway81
No.36Pendleton-Cold Springs Highway30
  Total mileage State Highways4,317
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Highway Commission, by S. Benson, W. L. Thompson, R. A. Booth, Herbert Nunn

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Title: Third Biennial Report of the Oregon State Highway Commission
Covering the Period December 1st, 1916 to November 30th, 1918

Author: S. Benson, W. L. Thompson, R. A. Booth, Herbert Nunn

Release Date: February 21, 2011 [EBook #35344]
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