U.S. Highway 30United States Highway 30
is an east-west United States highway
that traverses the United States
. The western end of the highway is at Astoria, Oregon
; the eastern end is in Atlantic City, New Jersey
. It has managed to avoid the decommissioning that has plagued other long haul routes such as Route 66
After the Lincoln Highway was decommissioned, much of it became part of US 30. Many parts of this highway are still referred to as the Lincoln Highway.
As of 2004, the highway's eastern terminus is in Atlantic City, New Jersey at a street intersection near the Atlantic Ocean. Its western terminus is in Astoria, Oregon at an intersection with U.S. Highway 101 and the western end of U.S. Highway 26.
As of 2004, no alternate routes exist for US 30.
The route historically had three splits: one between Granger, Wyoming and Burley, Idaho; one between Fruitland, Idaho and Farewell Bend, Oregon; and one between Mansfield, Ohio and Delphos, Ohio.
The highway passes through the following states:
Related US Routes
- U.S. Highway 130
- U.S. Highway 230
- U.S. Highway 330
- U.S. Highway 430
- U.S. Highway 530
- U.S. Highway 630
- U.S. Highway 730
- U.S. Highway 830