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  • In the U.S. state of Oregon, U.S. Route 97 is a major north–south United States highway which runs through the state of Oregon. In Oregon, it runs from the Oregon-California border, south of Klamath Falls, to the Oregon-Washington border on the Columbia River, between Biggs Junction, Oregon and Maryhill, Washington. Other than the northernmost stretch, US 97 is known as The Dalles-California Highway. In May 2009, Oregon Senate passed a bill to rename U.S. Route 97 as "World War II Veterans Historic Highway". With the exception of Interstate 5, US 97 is the most important north–south highway corridor in the state. It serves two major population centers, and is the main corridor east of the Cascade Mountains. While much of the highway remains in two-lane undivided configuration, significant sections have been upgraded to expressway or freeway status.

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