Prince Edward Island Route 1A
Route 1A is a 20-kilometre (12 mi) long provincial highway in central Prince Edward Island. The route is a spur route of the Route 1 which connects the Trans-Canada Highway near Borden-Carleton and the Confederation Bridge with the city of Summerside. It is an uncontrolled access 2-lane highway with a maximum speed limit of 90 km/h (55 mph) and is considered a "Core route" of Canada's National Highway System. Route 1A is unnamed except for the portion within Summerside city limits, where it is known as Read Drive.
Route 1A highlighted in red.
|Auxiliary route of Route 1 (TCH)|
|Length||20.2 km (12.6 mi)|
|South end||Route 1 (TCH) in Albany|
|North end||Route 2 near Summerside|
|Provincial highways in Prince Edward Island
The entire route is in Prince County.
|Albany||0.0||0.0||Route 1 (TCH) – Borden-Carleton, Confederation Bridge, Crapaud, Charlottetown||Interchange|
|0.7||0.43||Route 112 north (Junction Road)|
|||1.3||0.81||Route 115 (Mount Tyron Road) – Searletown, Mount Tyron|
|Middletown||5.0||3.1||Route 225 east (Anderson Road) – Kinkora|
|5.3||3.3||Route 111 (Newton Road / Middletown Road)||Intersections offset; 50 m (160 ft) concurrency|
|||6.4||4.0||Route 171 north (Dunk River Road) to Route 110 – Lower Freetown|
|9.5||5.9||Route 10 south (North Carlton Road Extension) – Searletown|
|Central Bedeque||10.1||6.3||Route 171 (Dunk River Road / Callbeck Street) – Bedeque, Freetown|
|||12.5||7.8||Route 8 east (Freetown Road) – Lower Freetown, New London|
|13.0||8.1||Route 120 north (MacMurdo Road)|
|16.2||10.1||Route 181 east (Taylor Road)|
|Summerside||17.1||10.6||Route 107 east (Blue Shank Road) – Norboro, Kelvin Grove|
|18.4||11.4||Route 11 west (Water Street)|
|Travellers Rest||20.2||12.6||Route 2 (All Weather Highway) – Summerside, Tignish, Kensington, Charlottetown||Roundabout|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
- Google (August 11, 2019). "PEI Route 1A - Length and route" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved August 11, 2019.
- Prince Edward Island Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (2014). Provincial Road Atlas - Prince Edward Island (PDF) (Map). 1:50,000. Government of Prince Edward Island. pp. 15, 19, 20. Retrieved August 11, 2019.
- "Canada's National Highway System Annual Report 2017" (PDF). Council of Ministers Responsible for Transportation and Highway Safety. January 2019. p. 42. Retrieved 11 August 2019.