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Offline Bickendan

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OR: US30BusHun
« on: May 10, 2022, 10:44:24 pm »
Verify with ODOT GIS if Bus 30 starts at the Lime interchange (I-84 342) or at the Huntington interchange (346) as signed.
Also verify if it's Bus 30 or 30 prime; BGS indicates bus; shield at bottom of ramp indicates mainline, and reassurance shields only show 84 south of there...

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Re: OR: US30BusHun
« Reply #1 on: May 12, 2022, 11:58:51 pm »
According to ODOT's GIS, while not signed from I-84 as such, ORH 449 does originate from exit 342 (Lime), and not 345. Also indicates it is US 30 itself, not Bus US 30.

TO DO: Replace US30BusHun with US30.

Find time to clinch the now unclinched 3 mile segment of US 30

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Re: OR: US30BusHun
« Reply #2 on: May 13, 2022, 12:47:51 am »
^ I'm confused. The US 30 mainline sign at the end of the exit ramp you mention seems to be at exit 345, not exit 342, which would suggest that US 30 leaves I-84 at exit 345. Also, there's this set of signs, indicating that US 30 westbound returns to I-84 at exit 345, rather than in Lime (exit 342).

The difference affects my coast-to-coast US 30 clinch, as my travels include what the HB has as Business US 30 (Huntington) only east of exit 345, not between 342 and 345.