Oregon Route 200

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Oregon Route 200

Route information
Maintained by ODOT
Length42.11 mi[1] (67.77 km)
Major junctions
South endLaneDouglas county line
North end OR 99W in Monroe
CountryUnited States
Highway system
US 199 OR 201

Oregon Route 200 is an Oregon state highway running from OR 99W at Monroe to the Lane-Douglas County line near Anlauf. OR 200 is composed of most of the Territorial Highway No. 200 (see Oregon highways and routes). It is 40.64 miles (65.40 km) long, in two segments broken by a section of OR 36 and runs north–south.

OR 200 was established in 2002 as part of Oregon's project to assign route numbers to highways that previously were not assigned; however, as of April 2018, the route remains unsigned.

Route description

OR 200 begins at an intersection with OR 99W in Monroe. It heads south through Bear Creek to an intersection with OR 36, at which point the Territorial Highway overlaps the Mapleton-Junction City Highway No. 229. The concurrency continues west for 1.48 miles (2.38 km) as OR 36, at which point OR 200 heads south through Elmira to Veneta. At Veneta, OR 200 crosses OR 126 and continues south through Crow and Lorane to the Lane-Douglas County line, where it ends. An old section of the Territorial Highway continues south as a Douglas County road to Anlauf, where it ends at an intersection with OR 99.


The Territorial Highway is one of Oregon's oldest roads. It can be traced to at least 1851, and by 1947 was referred to in a judicial opinion as the "Old Territorial Highway".

OR 200 was assigned to the remaining part of the Territorial Highway, except that section which is part of OR 36, in 2002.

Major intersections

county line
42.1167.77End state maintenance
LaneVeneta19.5231.41 OR 126 – Eugene, Florence
OR 36 west – Blachly, Triangle Lake
Southern end of OR 36 overlap
OR 36 east – Junction City, Eugene
Northern end of OR 36 overlap
BentonMonroe0.000.00 OR 99W – Junction City, Corvallis
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ a b "Territorial Highway No. 200" (PDF). Oregon Department of Transportation. September 2015. Retrieved February 18, 2016.