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Ontario Highway 400

highway in Ontario

Ontario Highway 400, also called King's Highway 400, is a provincial highway in Ontario, Canada. It runs mostly north and south and is 226 kilometers (140 miles) long. It goes between Toronto and Carling.

Highway 400 shieldTrans-Canada Highway Georgian Bay Route shield

Highway 400
Toronto–Barrie Highway[1]
Route information
Length226 km[3] (140 mi)
HistoryOpened December 1, 1951 –
July 1, 1952[2]
Major junctions
South endMaple Leaf Drive – Toronto
(continues as Black Creek Drive)
  Highway 401 – Toronto
 Highway 407 – Vaughan
 Highway 11 – Barrie
 Highway 12 – Waubaushene
 Highway 124 – Parry Sound
North end Highway 69 in Carling
Location
Major citiesToronto
Barrie
Sudbury (future)
TownsParry Sound, Bradford, King
Highway system
Highway 169Highway 401

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Toronto–Barrie Highway". The Maple Leaf. October 2, 1944. Retrieved June 23, 2015.
  2. Shragge 1984, pp. 89–92.
  3. Ministry of Transportation of Ontario (2008). "Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) counts". Government of Ontario. Retrieved December 27, 2011.
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