Prince Edward Island Route 10
Route 10 is a 23.2 km (14.4 mi), two-lane, uncontrolled-access, secondary provincial highway in western Prince Edward Island, Canada. Its western terminus is at Route 1A in Bedeque and Area and its eastern terminus is at Route 1 in Tryon.
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|Length||23.2 km (14.4 mi)|
|West end||Route 1A in Bedeque and Area|
|East end||Route 1 (TCH) in Tryon|
|Provincial highways in Prince Edward Island
The route begins at its western terminus and heads south, snaking its way to Borden-Carleton. It then turns southeast and goes to Cape Traverse. It then goes eastward until it reached its eastern terminus in Tryon.
- Google Maps (Map). Google. Retrieved September 13, 2016.
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