Oregon Route 211

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For the unsigned Highway 211, see Albany-Lyons Highway.

Oregon Route 211 marker

Oregon Route 211
Route information
Maintained by ODOT
Existed: 1935 – present
Major junctions
South end: OR 99E.svgOR 214.svg OR 99E/OR 214 in Woodburn
  OR 213.svg OR 213 in Mollalla
OR 224.svg OR 224 near Estacada
North end: US 26.svg US 26 in Sandy
Highway system
OR 210 OR 212

Oregon Route 211 is a state highway which runs through part of the northeastern portion of Oregon's Willamette Valley. Its northeastern terminus is its intersection with U.S. Route 26 in Sandy, a small town on the outskirts of the Portland metro area. It runs south and west, through farmland and forest, to its southwestern terminus with OR 99E in Woodburn. After its intersection with OR 99E, a short segment (about 2 miles) of Oregon Route 214 connects OR 211 with Interstate 5.

A segment (about 5.5 miles) of OR 211 north of Estacada is shared with OR 224.

OR 211 comprises the Eagle Creek-Sandy Highway No. 172 (see Oregon highways and routes), part of the Clackamas Highway No. 171 (over the concurrency with OR 224), and the Woodburn-Estacada Highway No. 161.

Oregon 99E, 211 and 214 Direction Sign

Intersections with other highways[edit]