Ontario Highway 6

Ontario Highway 6

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King's Highway 6, also known as Highway 6, is a provincially maintained highway in the Canadian province of Ontario. It crosses a distance of between Port Dover on the north shore of Lake Erie and Espanola on the northern shore of Lake Huron, ending at the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 17) in McKerrow.

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Port Dover to Hamilton

Highway 6 begins at Saint Patrick Street in the community of Port Dover, and stretch northward as a two-lane, undivided highway. The road travels into Haldimand County, through communities such as Jarvis and Hagersville, and the traffic flow increases. By the time the highway reaches Caledonia, the road by-passes the former Highway 6 section (Argyle Street), which passes the town centre of Caledonia. With the newly built by-pass, Highway 6 is routed outside the urban centre of Caledonia. The Caledonia By-Pass was opened in 1983, and is a two-lane undivided freeway . In Hamilton, Highway 6 now uses a new alignment from Highway 403 to south of...
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