Oregon Route 234
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|Maintained by ODOT|
|Length||17.78 mi (28.61 km)|
|West end||OR 99 near Gold Hill|
|I-5 in Gold Hill|
|East end||OR 62 near Eagle Point|
Oregon Route 234 is an Oregon state highway which runs between the city of Gold Hill, Oregon and the town of Eagle Point. Known as the Sams Valley Highway No. 271 (see Oregon highways and routes), it extends for 18 miles (29 km), entirely within Jackson County.
OR 234 begins, at its western terminus, at an interchange with Interstate 5 in Gold Hill. For the first several miles of the highway's existence, it is concurrent with Oregon Route 99, which departs from the freeway to serve Gold Hill. In the city center, OR 234 and OR 99 diverge; with the latter returning to the freeway. OR 234 then heads northeast, passing through the northern edge of the Rogue Valley and the Cascade foothills. It passes nearby the community of Sams Valley, and ends at an intersection with Oregon Route 62, north of Eagle Point.
This article contains a bulleted list or table of intersections which should be presented in a properly formatted junction table.November 2016)(
- I-5 and OR 99 in Gold Hill
- OR 62 in Eagle Point