Prince Edward Island Route 27

Route 27, also known as Main Street and Dog River Road, is a 7.5-kilometre (4.7 mi), two-lane, uncontrolled-access, secondary highway in central Prince Edward Island. Route 27 was created upon the opening of a new alignment of Route 1 bypassing the town of Cornwall on October 21, 2019.[2] The route is entirely in Queens County.

Route 27 shield

Route 27
Dog River Road
Main Street
Route information
Maintained by the Department of Transportation, Infrastructure, and Energy
Length7.6 km[1] (4.7 mi)
Major junctions
West end Route 1 (TCH) in Clyde River
East end Route 1 (TCH) / Route 248 in Cornwall
Location
CountiesQueens
Highway system
Provincial highways in Prince Edward Island
Route 26Route 101

Route descriptionEdit

The route constitutes the former alignment of Route 1 through the town of Cornwall. The route diverges from Route 1 at an interchange east of the community of New Haven and proceeds eastward through the Clyde River valley into Cornwall, constituting the town's main street. The road curves northward at an intersection with Route 19 and continues through the town and farmland to the northeast. The route ends at a roundabout intersection with routes 1 and 248 in the community of North River.

Major intersectionsEdit

The entire route is in Queens County.

Locationkm[1]miDestinationsNotes
Clyde River0.00.0  Route 1 (TCH) – Borden-Carleton, CharlottetownInterchange
0.8–
1.0
0.50–
0.62
  Route 247 (Bannockburn Road / Clyde River Road)Intersections offset, 130 m (430 ft) concurrency
2.11.3  Route 265 south (Upper Meadowbank Road)
Cornwall3.92.4  Route 19 south (Meadowbank Road)  / Cornwall Road
4.02.5  Route 248 east (Ferry Road)
7.64.7  Route 1 (TCH) – Borden-Carleton, Charlottetown
  Route 248 (Warren Grove Road / York Point Road) – Milton
Roundabout
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Google (November 13, 2019). "Route 27" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved November 13, 2019.
  2. ^ "New portion of Trans-Canada Highway opens on P.E.I." CBC News. October 21, 2019. Retrieved November 13, 2019.