Oregon Route 237

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For the former unsigned Highway 237, see Myrtle Creek Highway.

Oregon Route 237 marker

Oregon Route 237
Route information
Maintained by ODOT
Length: 38.93 mi (62.65 km)
Major junctions
South end: I-84 / US 30 in North Powder
  OR 203 in Union
North end: OR 82 in Island City
Highway system
OR 234 OR 238

Oregon Route 237 is an Oregon state highway running from OR 82 in Island City to Interstate 84 and U.S. Route 30 in North Powder. OR 237 is composed of the Cove Highway No. 342 (see Oregon highways and routes) and part of the La Grande-Baker Highway No. 66. It is a combined 38.93 miles (62.65 km) long and runs generally northwest to southeast in an inverted L pattern.

Route description[edit]

OR 237 begins at an intersection with OR 82 in Island City. It heads east to Cove, where it turns south, then west, then south again to Union, where it overlaps OR 203 for 0.58 miles (0.93 km). After the concurrency ends, OR 237 continues south to an intersection with I-84 and US 30 in North Powder, where it ends.

History[edit]

[Pending.]

Major intersections[edit]

Highway Milepost City Intersection
Cove 0.00 Island City OR 82
Cove / La Grande-Baker 22.07 / 15.93 Union OR 203 (Begin concurrency)
La Grande-Baker 16.51 Union OR 203 (End concurrency)
La Grande-Baker 32.29 North Powder Interstate 84 and U.S. Route 30

OR 237 changes mileposts at Union because Oregon numbers mileposts along highways.

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