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U.S. 30: (10th Street) / Hughes-Cedar Street Upgrades (Baker City)

Design Phase

Region 5: Eastern Oregon (Baker City, Baker)

​​​Modify the intersection to improve ADA and freight mobility.


Meetings and Events

​We held an in-person open house February 23, 2023, at the Oregon Trail Electric Cooperative, Baker City Office, at 4005 23rd Street in Baker.

ODOT staff was available to discuss project elements and answer your questions.

We are compiling comments received during the open house. We will post an FAQ here when it is ready.
Comments can still be made via either project contact listed to the right of this webpage.


​Design 2022-2023.

Goes to bid January 2024.

Construction 2024-2026.



Enlarged project map.​Improvements are needed on U.S. 30/10th Street on the northwest end of Baker City. Intersection enhancements will give trucks more room to turn safely on to U. S. 30 at Pocahontas Road.

Pedestrian improvements will be added along the west side of U.S. 30 to fill in gaps of missing sidewalks or replace those in poor condition, and new curb ramps will be constructed to meet current ADA standards.

*Project is in design. Project limits and scope are not finalized.


U.S. 30 |
10th Street:
  • ​At intersection with Hughes Lane/Pocahontas Road.
  • ​From Hughes Lane/Pocahontas Road to E Street, west side.

Cost and Funding

​The project is estimated to cost $8.8 million.

Contacts & Media

Aerial photo of U.S. 30 at Hughes Lane and Pocahontas Road.

Project Contacts

Region 5 Transportation Project Manager
Grant Matlock

Region 5 Community Affairs Specialist
Vicki L Moles

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Last Updated

3/24/2023 1:44 PM

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Project Documents

Related documents to this project
21643-US30-HughesLaneBakerCity-Snapshot.pdfA brief overview of the project with costs and benefits.
21643_Open-house-mailer_webpage_012323.pdfMailer sent to addresses located in project area.