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This is a list of current and former provincially maintained highways in the Canadian province of Ontario. For sections of provincial highways that have been decommissioned, see List of former provincial highways in Ontario.

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King's HighwaysEdit

Route From To Length[1] Formed
[citation needed]
Eliminated
[citation needed]
Notes
  Highway 2 Highway 401 in Gananoque
(pre-1997: Banwell Road in Windsor)
Gananoque
(pre-1997: Route 338 towards Dorion, QC)
1.1 km (0.68 mi) 1925 1997-98 (partial)
  Highway 3 Ambassador Bridge in Windsor Rose Hill Road in Fort Erie
(pre-1997: QEW in Fort Erie)
258.9 km (160.9 mi) 1925 1997-98 (partial) Highway 3 was discontinued between Highway 77 in Leamington and Highway 4 at Tabotville Royal
  Highway 4 Highway 3 near St. Thomas
(pre-1997: Port Stanley)
Highway 8 in Clinton
(pre-1997: Highway 24 near Duntroon)
100.8 km (62.6 mi) 1925 1997-98 (partial)
  Highway 5 Highway 6 near Waterdown
(pre-1997: Highway 2 in Toronto)
Highway 8 near Dundas
(pre-1997: Highway 2 in Paris)
12.7 km (7.9 mi) 1925 1997-98 (partial)
  Highway 6 Port Dover
(pre-1997: Highway 24 near Norfolk)
Highway 17 near Espanola 480 km (300 mi) 1925 1997-98 (partial)
  Highway 7 Highway 417 near Ottawa Highway 4 in Elginfield
(pre-1997: Highway 40 in Sarnia)
535.7 km (332.9 mi) 1925 1997-98 (partial) Highway 7 was discontinued between Winston Churchill Boulevard at the Brampton and Halton Hills boundary and Donald Cousens Parkway in Markham
  Highway 7A Highway 115 near Peterborough Highway 7/Highway 12 near Port Perry 48.3 km (30.0 mi) 1933
  Highway 8 Highway 5 near Dundas
(pre-1970: Niagara Falls; pre-1997: near Grimsby)
Highway 21 in Goderich 153.6 km (95.4 mi) 1925 1997-98 (partial)
  Highway 9 Highway 400 in Newmarket
Highway 23 / Highway 89 in Harriston
Highway 10 in Orangeville
Highway 21 in Kincardine
119.0 km (73.9 mi) 1925 1997-98 (partial)
  Highway 10 Brampton
(pre-1997: Highway 2 in Mississauga)
Highway 6 / Highway 21 / Highway 26 in Owen Sound 136 km (85 mi) 1925 1997-98 (partial)
  Highway 11 Highway 400 near Barrie
(pre-1997: Highway 2 in Toronto)
TH 72 in Baudette, MN 1,780.2 km (1,106.2 mi) 1925 1997-98 (partial)
  Highway 12 Near Whitby
(pre-1997: Highway 401 in Whitby)
Highway 93 near Midland, Ontario 145.1 km (90.2 mi) 1925 1997-98 (partial)
  Highway 15 Highway 401 in Kingston
(pre-1997: Highway 2 in Kingston)
Highway 7 in Carleton Place
(pre-1997: Arnprior)
115.4 km (71.7 mi) 1925 1997-98 (partial)
  Highway 16 NY 812 in Ogdensburg, NY Highway 416 near Prescott
(pre-1997: Highway 17B in Ottawa)
3.8 km (2.4 mi) 1925 1997-98 (partial)
  Highway 17 Highway 417 near Arnprior
(pre-1997: Route 342 towards Dorion, QC)
PTH 1 towards Winnipeg 1,964.0 km (1,220.4 mi) 1925 1997-98 (partial)
  Highway 19 Highway 3 near Tillsonburg
(pre-1997: Port Burwell)
Highway 401 near Ingersoll
(pre-1997: Highway 86 near Listowel)
18.8 km (11.7 mi) 1930 1997-98 (partial)
  Highway 20 Near Niagara Falls
(pre-1997: Niagara Falls)
Highway 58 near Allanburg
(pre-1997: QEW in Hamilton)
1.9 km (1.2 mi) 1930 1997-98 (partial)
  Highway 21 Highway 402 near Wyoming Highway 6 / Highway 10 / Highway 26 in Owen Sound 228 km (142 mi) 1927
  Highway 23 Highway 7 near London Highway 9 / Highway 89 in Harriston 97.7 km (60.7 mi) 1927
  Highway 24 Highway 3 in Norfolk Cambridge 1927
  Highway 26 Highway 6 / Highway 10 / Highway 21 in Owen Sound Highway 400 in Barrie 115.7 km (71.9 mi) 1927
  Highway 28 Highway 7 near Peterborough Highway 41 at Denbigh 162.6 km (101.0 mi) 1928
  Highway 33 Highway 62 in Bloomfield Kingston city limits 68.9 km (42.8 mi) 1930
  Highway 34 Highway 417 near Vankleek Hill Route 344 in Grenville-sur-la-Rouge, QC 16.9 km (10.5 mi) 1930
  Highway 35 Highway 401 near Newcastle Highway 60 near Huntsville 195.6 km (121.5 mi) 1931
  Highway 37 Highway 401 in Belleville Highway 7 near Madoc 44.0 km (27.3 mi) 1931
  Highway 38 Highway 7 at Sharbot Lake Princess Street in Kingston 69.9 km (43.4 mi) 1932
  Highway 40 Highway 401 in Chatham-Kent Highway 402 near Sarnia 91.8 km (57.0 mi) 1934
  Highway 41 Highway 7 at Kaladar Highway 17 near Pembroke 156.6 km (97.3 mi) 1935
  Highway 48 Markham Highway 12 near Beaverton 65.9 km (40.9 mi) 1937
  Highway 49 Highway 33 in Picton Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory northern boundary 5.8 km (3.6 mi) 1966
  Highway 58 Highway 3 in Port Colborne
Highway 20 near Allanburg
Highway 58A in Welland
Highway 406 in Thorold
19.5 km (12.1 mi) 1935
  Highway 58A Highway 58A in Welland
Highway 140 in Welland
4.4 km (2.7 mi) 1972
  Highway 60 Highway 11 near Huntsville Highway 17 near Renfrew 255.8 km (158.9 mi) 1937
  Highway 61 TH 61 toward Grand Marais, MN Highway 11 / Highway 17 in Thunder Bay 61 km (38 mi) 1937
  Highway 62 Highway 33 in Bloomfield Highway 127 at Maynooth 165.8 km (103.0 mi) 1937
  Highway 63 Highway 11 / Highway 17 in North Bay Route 101 towards Témiscaming, QC 63.5 km (39.5 mi) 1937
  Highway 64 Highway 69 at Rutter Highway 11 in Verner 145.0 km (90.1 mi) 1937
  Highway 65 Highway 66 near Matachewan Towards Notre-Dame-du-Nord, QC 126.7 km (78.7 mi) 1937
  Highway 66 Highway 566 near Matachewan Route 117 towards Rouyn-Noranda, QC 99.6 km (61.9 mi) 1937
  Highway 67 Highway 11 at Porquis Junction Iroquois Falls 10.9 km (6.8 mi) 1937
  Highway 69 Highway 400 in MacTier Highway 17 in Sudbury 199 km (124 mi) 1937
  Highway 71 Highway 17 near Kenora International Bridge in Fort Frances 194 km (121 mi) 1937
  Highway 72 Highway 642 in Sioux Lookout Highway 17 in Dinorwic 68.4 km (42.5 mi) 1937
  Highway 77 Highway 401 near Comber Highway 3 near Leamington 22.0 km (13.7 mi) 1963
  Highway 85 Highway 7 in Kitchener Waterloo Regional Road 85 between Waterloo and St. Jacobs 9.8 km (6.1 mi) 1934, 2003 1981
  Highway 89 Highway 9 / Highway 23 in Minto, Ontario Highway 400 near Barrie 107 km (66 mi) 1937
  Highway 93 Highway 400 near Barrie Midland 24.1 km (15.0 mi) 1938
  Highway 94 Highway 17 west of North Bay Highway 654 near Highway 11 12.4 km (7.7 mi) 1937
  Highway 101 Highway 17 in Wawa Quebec border 400 km (250 mi) 1944
  Highway 102 Highway 11 / Highway 17 in Kaministiquia Highway 11 / Highway 17 in Thunder Bay 26.1 km (16.2 mi) 1972
  Highway 105 Highway 17 near Vermilion Bay Highway 618 in Red Lake 173 km (107 mi) 1947
  Highway 108 Highway 17 in Serpent River Highway 639 north of Elliot Lake 30 km (19 mi) 1958
  Highway 112 Highway 66 near Kirkland Lake Highway 11 near Tarzwell 19.8 km (12.3 mi) 1953
  Highway 115 Highway 7 east of Peterborough Highway 401 west of Newcastle 57.7 km (35.9 mi) 1954
  Highway 118 Highway 11 near Bracebridge Highway 28 near Bancroft 127.8 km (79.4 mi) 1955
  Highway 124 Highway 11 near Strong and Sundridge Highway 69 near McDougall 76.0 km (47.2 mi) 1955
  Highway 125 Highway 105 near Red Lake near Cochenour and the Red Lake Airport 13.6 km (8.5 mi) 1955
  Highway 127 Highway 62 in Maynooth Highway 60 near Whitney 38.8 km (24.1 mi) 1955
  Highway 129 Chapleau Highway 17 in Thessalon 221 km (137 mi) 1956
  Highway 130 Highway 11 / Highway 17 near Thunder Bay Highway 61 near Thunder Bay 13.4 km (8.3 mi) 1955
  Highway 132 Highway 41 near Dacre Highway 60 in Renfrew 29.9 km (18.6 mi) 1956
  Highway 137 Highway 401 near Darlingside Northern terminus of US Interstate 81 4.2 km (2.6 mi) 1965
  Highway 138 Highway 417 near Casselman NY 37 near Massena, NY 38 km (24 mi) 1967
  Highway 140 East Main Street near Welland Highway 3 in Port Colborne 11.0 km (6.8 mi) 1972
  Highway 141 Highway 400 near the Parry Sound Airport Highway 11 near Port Sydney 54.3 km (33.7 mi) 1974
  Highway 144 Highway 17 in Sudbury Highway 101 in Timmins 271 km (168 mi) 1965
  Highway 148 Pembroke QC Route 148 5.0 km (3.1 mi) 1983

Decommissioned highwaysEdit

Route From To Length[1] Formed
[citation needed]
Eliminated
[citation needed]
  Highway 11A Highway 401 in what is now Toronto Highway 2, Toronto 13.4 km (8.3 mi) 1931 1997-98
  Highway 14 Highway 62 in Foxboro Highway 7 in Marmora 36.1 km (22.4 mi) 1925 1997-98
  Highway 18 Highway 3 in Windsor Highway 3 / Highway 77 in Leamington 80.2 km (49.8 mi) 1930 1997-98
  Highway 22 Highway 7/79 northeast of Watford Highway 4 in London 46.0 km (28.6 mi) 1927 1997-98
  Highway 25 98.1 km (61.0 mi) 1927 1997-98
  Highway 27 119.4 km (74.2 mi) 1927 1997-98
  Highway 29 49.9 km (31.0 mi) 1927 1997-98
  Highway 30 51.1 km (31.8 mi) 1930 1997-98
  Highway 31 77.7 km (48.3 mi) 1927 1997-98
  Highway 32 19.6 km (12.2 mi) 1929 1997-98
  Highway 36 73.4 km (45.6 mi) 1934 1997-98
  Highway 39 1934 1970
  Highway 42 1934 1997-98
  Highway 43 1934 1997-98
  Highway 44 1938 1997-98
  Highway 45
  Highway 46 1937 1997-98
  Highway 47 1937 1997-98
  Highway 49 (first use) 1936 1961
  Highway 50 1936 1997-98
  Highway 51 (first use) 1936 1961
  Highway 51 (second use) 1970 1997-98
  Highway 52 Highway 2 near Highway 403 Highway 8 in Hamilton 10.5 km (6.5 mi) 1937 1997-98
  Highway 53 1935 1997-98
  Highway 54
  Highway 55 (first use) 1935 1961
  Highway 55 1970 1997-98
  Highway 56
  Highway 59 1937 1997-98
  Highway 68 1937 1980
  Highway 70 (Kenora) 15.1 km (9.4 mi) 1937 1959
  Highway 70 (Bruce Peninsula) 15.1 km (9.4 mi) 1965 1998

400-series highwaysEdit

Route From To Length[1] Formed
  Highway 400 Maple Leaf Drive Overpass in Toronto Highway 69 in Parry Sound
extension to Highway 17 in Sudbury under construction
226 km (140 mi) July 1952[2]
  Highway 401 Ojibway Parkway in Windsor
extension to Interstate 75 in Detroit under construction
Autoroute 20 towards Montreal at the Ontario and Quebec border 817.9 km (508.2 mi) July 1952[2]
  Highway 402 Bluewater Bridge in Sarnia Highway 401 in London 102.5 km (63.7 mi) July 1952[2]
  Highway 403 Highway 401 in Woodstock Highway 401 in Mississagua near Toronto 125.2 km (77.8 mi) December 1963[3]
  Highway 404 Highway 401 in Toronto Woodbine Avenue in East Gwillimbury and Keswick[4] 49.3 km (30.6 mi) 1977
  Highway 405 Queen Elizabeth Way in St. Catharines Lewiston-Queenston Bridge in Queenston 8.7 km (5.4 mi) September 1963[3]
  Highway 406 Queen Elizabeth Way in St. Catharines East Main Street in Welland 26.0 km (16.2 mi) December 1965[5]
  Highway 407 Highway 403 /Queen Elizabeth Way in Burlington Taunton Road in Clarington
extension to Ontario Highway 35/115 in Clarington under construction
107.2 km (66.6 mi)[6] June 1997[7]
  Highway 409 Highway 401 in Toronto Toronto Pearson International Airport at the Toronto-Mississauga boundary 5.6 km (3.5 mi) August 1978[8]
  Highway 410 Highway 401 in Mississauga Highway 10 in Caledon 20.3 km (12.6 mi) November 1978[9]
  Highway 412 Highway 401 in Whitby Highway 407E in Whitby 10 km (6.2 mi) June 20, 2016[10]
  Highway 416 Highway 401 in Johnstown Highway 417 in Ottawa 76.4 km (47.5 mi) June 1997[11]
  Highway 417 Highway 17 in Arnprior Quebec border at Autoroute 40 towards Quebec City 181.4 km (112.7 mi) September 1972[12]
  Highway 420 Queen Elizabeth Way in Niagara Falls Stanley Avenue/Niagara Regional Road 102 at Niagara Falls

(Formerly at Rainbow Bridge)

3.3 km (2.1 mi) 1972[13]
  Highway 427 Queen Elizabeth Way / Gardiner Expressway in Toronto Highway 7 in Vaughan 19.9 km (12.4 mi) 1972[14]

  Queen Elizabeth Way Peace Bridge in Fort Erie, Ontario Highway 427 in Toronto

(Formerly at Humber River)

139.1 km (86.4 mi) June 1939[15]

Secondary highwaysEdit

- Highway 522B – Highway 522 to Highway 11 in North Bay

Tertiary highwaysEdit

7000-series highwaysEdit

All current 7000-series highways are listed below, numerically:

Former highwaysEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c Ministry of Transportation of Ontario (2010). "Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) counts". Retrieved June 21, 2014.
  2. ^ a b c Shragge, John; Bagnato, Sharon (1984). From Footpaths to Freeways. Toronto: Ontario Ministry of Transportation and Communications, Historical Committee. pp. 89–92. ISBN 0-7743-9388-2.
  3. ^ a b A.A.D.T. Traffic Volumes 1955–1969 And Traffic Collision Data 1967–1969. Ontario Department of Highways. 1970. p. 11.
  4. ^ Cameron Bevers (August 1, 2014). "Ontario Highway 404 Mileage Table - The King's Highways of Ontario". Thekingshighway.ca. Retrieved 2017-06-10.
  5. ^ AADT Traffic Volumes 1955–1969 And Traffic Collision Data 1967–1969. Ontario Department of Highways. 1971. p. 12.
  6. ^ "Map / Toll Calculator". 407 ETR. February 1, 2011. Archived from the original on September 25, 2011. Retrieved September 26, 2011.
  7. ^ Mitchell, Bob (June 6, 1997). "At Last — Opening Bell Tolls for the 407". The Toronto Star. pp. A1, A6. |section= ignored (help)
  8. ^ "New Shortcut Will Let Some 'Fly' to Airport". The Toronto Star. August 19, 1978. p. A6. Highway 409, a new shortcut to Toronto International Airport, opens next Friday |section= ignored (help)
  9. ^ Public and Safety Information Section (November 9, 1978). "Highway 410 Opens November 15" (Press release). Ministry of Transportation and Communications.
  10. ^ "407 East Phase 1 Final Newsletter" (PDF). 407 East Phase 1. June 2016. Retrieved 15 February 2019.
  11. ^ Ministry of Transportation of Ontario (June 12, 1997). "Transportation Minister Officially Opens Another 7.6 Kilometres of Highway 416". Government of Ontario. Archived from the original on May 20, 2001. Retrieved October 26, 2011.
  12. ^ "Information Services" (Press release). Ministry of Transportation and Communications. September 19, 1972.
  13. ^ "Queen Elizabeth Way - Hamilton to Fort Erie". Highway Construction Program 1972-73 (Report). Ministry of Transportation and Communications. April 1972. p. xv.
  14. ^ "Highway 27 Interchange Fully in Service". The Globe and Mail. 128 (38, 061). Toronto. December 4, 1971. p. 5.
  15. ^ Shragge, John; Bagnato, Sharon (1984). From Footpaths to Freeways. Toronto: Ontario Ministry of Transportation and Communications, Historical Committee. p. 79. ISBN 0-7743-9388-2.
  16. ^ MTO's listings of 7000-series highways in the area, as of 2004