Oregon Route 19

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For the unsigned Highway 19, see Fremont Highway.

Oregon Route 19 marker

Oregon Route 19
Route information
Maintained by ODOT
Length: 120.77 mi (194.36 km)
Existed: 1932 – present
Major junctions
South end: US 26 near Dayville
  OR 402 in Kimberly
OR 207 near Spray
OR 207 in Service Creek
OR 218 in Fossil
OR 206 in Condon
North end: I-84 in Arlington
Highway system
OR 18 US 20

Oregon Route 19 is an Oregon state highway in the north-central part of the state. It runs from Interstate 84 at Arlington in the Columbia River Gorge to a junction with U.S. Route 26 in Grant County, near the Sheep Rock Unit of the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument. Oregon Route 19 is the northern portion of the John Day Highway No. 5 (see Oregon highways and routes) and follows the John Day River from Service Creek to its southern terminus. The route has two brief overlaps Oregon Route 206 and Oregon Route 207, both on the portions of those routes included in the Wasco-Heppner Highway No. 300.

Major intersections[edit]

Note: mileposts do not reflect actual mileage due to realignments.
County Location Mile[1] km Destinations Notes
Grant   124.17 199.83 US 26 – Mitchell, Prineville, Dayville, John Day
Kimberly 105.23 169.35 OR 402 – Monument, Long Creek
Wheeler   95.56 153.79 OR 207 north – Hardman, Heppner South end of OR 207 overlap
Service Creek 78.56 126.43 OR 207 south – Mitchell, Prineville North end of OR 207 overlap
Fossil 58.15 93.58 OR 218 west – Antelope, Shaniko, John Day Fossil Beds National Monument (Clarno Unit)
Gilliam Condon 38.27 61.59 OR 206 east – Lonerock, Heppner South end of OR 206 overlap
38.07 61.27 OR 206 west – Wasco North end of OR 206 overlap
Arlington 0.00 0.00 I-84 / US 30 – The Dalles, Pendleton
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

  1. ^ Oregon Department of Transportation, Public Road Inventory (primarily the Digital Video Log), accessed April 2008