Oregon Route 34

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Oregon Route 34

Route 34 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by ODOT
Length81.40 mi[1] (131.00 km)
  • Alsea Highway No. 27
  • Corvallis–Newport Highway No. 33
  • Corvallis–Lebanon Highway No. 210
Major junctions
West end US 101 in Waldport
Major intersections
East end US 20 in Lebanon
CountryUnited States
CountiesLincoln, Benton, Linn
Highway system
OR 31 OR 35

Oregon Route 34 is a state highway in the U.S. state of Oregon that runs between the city of Waldport on the Oregon Coast and the city of Lebanon in the western part of the state. OR 34 traverses the Alsea Highway No. 27 from Waldport to Flynn, part of the Corvallis–Newport Highway No. 33 from Flynn to east of Corvallis, and the Corvallis–Lebanon Highway No. 210 from east of Corvallis to Lebanon, of the Oregon state highway system.[2] In Corvallis, OR 34 includes a brief concurrency with U.S. Route 20 and OR 99W over the Pacific Highway West No. 1W.

Route description

Western terminus of OR 34 in Waldport.

Oregon Route 34 begins (at its western terminus) at its junction with U.S. Route 101 in Waldport. It follows the Alsea River through Tidewater to the community of Alsea, where it heads northeast to its junction with U.S. Route 20 near Philomath. OR 34 and US 20 share the same roadway between Philomath and the college town of Corvallis. At a grade-separated interchange in eastern Corvallis, OR 34 leaves U.S. 20 (which heads north with Oregon Route 99W) and crosses the Willamette River into Linn County. From Corvallis to its junction with Interstate 5 east of Tangent, OR 34 is a four-lane undivided highway, with an interchange at its junction with Oregon Route 99E in Tangent. OR 34 continues east to its eastern terminus at U.S. 20 in Lebanon.

Major intersections

Milepoints are as reported by ODOT and do not necessarily reflect current mileage. Z indicates overlapping mileage due to construction longer than established route, and – indicates negative mileage behind established beginning point.[3] Segments that are locally maintained may be omitted. For routes traversing multiple named state highways, each milepoint is preceded by the corresponding state highway number. 

LincolnWaldport27 0.00 US 101 – Yachats, Florence, Seal Rock, Newport
27 7.06Alsea River
BentonAlsea27 39.81Alsea–Deadwood Highway (OR 501) – Alsea Falls, Lobster Valley, Grange Hall
27 43.03North Fork Alsea River
27 47.77Summit, elevation 1,230 feet (370 m)
Flynn27 58.56
33 49.73

US 20 west – Toledo, Newport
Western end of concurrency with US 20
Corvallis33 55.65–
33 55.67

US 20 east / OR 99W north – Downtown Corvallis
Interchange; eastern end of concurrency with US 20; eastbound exit and westbound entrance
33 56.14–
33 56.15

OR 99W south – Junction City, Eugene, South Corvallis
Interchange; westbound exit and eastbound entrance
Willamette River33 56.15Benton–Linn county line
Linn33 56.80
210 0.34

To US 20 east / OR 99W south – Corvallis City Center
210 5.51Calapooia River
Tangent210 7.65 OR 99E – Albany, Junction CityInterchange
210 9.94–
210 10.12
I-5 – Eugene, SalemExit 228 on I-5
Lebanon210 18.13 US 20 – Albany, Sweet Home
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also


  1. ^ a b c Road Inventory and Classification Services Unit. "Straightline Charts". Transportation Development Division, Oregon Department of Transportation. Retrieved October 25, 2015.
  2. ^ Road Inventory and Classification Services Unit. "2012 Cross Reference Table of Highway Route Number to State Highway Number" (PDF). Transportation Development Division, Oregon Department of Transportation. Retrieved October 25, 2015.
  3. ^ Road Inventory and Classification Services (July 2017). "Straightline Chart Legend" (PDF). Oregon Department of Transportation. Retrieved April 7, 2018.