Ontario's 10 Most Memorable Roads

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Thu, Sep 2nd, 2010 13:00 by capnasty NEWS

Did you know that where Highway 401 intersects with highway 400 it is not only the busiest road in the province, it's the most heavily travelled in all North America? Its average annual daily traffic volume is 432,000 vehicles -- and that was in 2006, the latest full year for which figures are available. In the spring of 2009, a peak of about 455,000 vehicles was counted there.

Mark Richardson, Editor of Wheels, has put together a listing of the oldest, the fastest, the busiest, the most ghastly, the worst, the most isolated, the most temporary, the most advanced, the longest and, of course, the most beautiful roads in the Province of Ontario. They're all here, just a click away.

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