Prince Edward Island Route 9
Route 9 is a 13.1 km (8.1 mi), two-lane, uncontrolled-access, secondary highway in central Prince Edward Island. Its southern terminus is at Route 19A in Clyde River and its northern terminus is at Route 2 in North Wiltshire.
|Maintained by Department of Transportation, Infrastructure, and Energy|
|Length||18.1 km (11.2 mi)|
|South end||Route 19A in Long Creek|
|North end||Route 2 in North Wiltshire|
|Provincial highways in Prince Edward Island
The route begins at its southern terminus and heads north, turns right, and goes over the Clyde River. It then turns left in Bonshaw for a 400 m (1,300 ft) concurrency with Route 1. Turning right to leave the concurrency, it continues north until it reaches its northern terminus.
- Google Maps (Map). Google. Retrieved September 13, 2016.
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