Ontario Highway 69

Ontario Highway 69

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Ontario Highway 69

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King's Highway 69, commonly referred to as Highway 69, is a major north–south highway in the central area of the Canadian province of Ontario, linking Highway 400 north of Parry Sound with Sudbury. A second, shorter portion of Highway 69, bypassed by the construction of Highway 400, exists between Mactier and Horseshoe Lake.

Route description

The current highway begins at the Highway 400 interchange south of MacTier (exit 189), and ends at an interchange with Highway 17 in Sudbury. After the interchange, the roadway continues northward into the urban core of Sudbury as Regent Street/Municipal Road 46.

The highway is currently long. The length of the highway has gradually been decreasing over recent years with northward extensions of Highway 400, which eventually could completely take over Highway 69, likely around 2017.

The segment between Exit 213 on Highway 400 and the end of the four-lane freeway in Nobel is concurrent with 400. Until the summer of 2008 when the freeway in that area was completed, the southernmost segment between the Musquash River and its current southern terminus was also concurrent with Highway 400.

The highway is part of the Trans-Canada Highway for most of its length, except for the section between Exits 189 and 213 bypassed by Highway 400.

Between Parry Sound and Sudbury, there are no large communities, although there are numerous small communities including (from south to north) Nobel, Shawanaga, Pointe au Baril, Byng......
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