King's Highway 112 -   O N T   H I G H W A Y S

King's Highway 112 is a fairly short highway with an interesting history.  The highway is in actuality an original alignment of Highway 11.  In the early 1940s, a new alignment west of Round Lake (often called the Round Lake Diversion) was constructed and also designated as part of Highway 11.  This obviously proved to be a problem as area motorists were faced with two parallel routes designated as Highway 11.  Fortunately in 1953, this now bypassed portion Highway 11 was re-designated as Highway 112.  Since then, Highway 112 has changed very little, and was not affected by provincial downloading.

New Style King's Highway 112 Shield

  Southern Terminus:  Junction Highway 11 at the southern start of the Round Lake Diversion.

Northern Terminus:  Junction Highway 66 west of Kirkland Lake.

Length:   19.8 km

Multiplexes:  None

Freeway: No

AADT (2002):  Highest:  2,000, from Highway 650 northerly to Highway 66;

                             Lowest:  1,600 from Highway 11 northerly to Highway 650.

Road Info:  Coming Soon!

Communities and Major Intersections along Highway 112 from South to North:

Proper Municipality Name Community Name Distance Intersecting Road
District of Timiskaming ----- 0 km / 19.8 km King's Highway 11
District of Timiskaming ----- 4.7 km / 15.1 km Secondary Highway 564
District of Timiskaming Tarzwell --- -----
District of Timiskaming Dane 12.4 km / 7.4 km Secondary Highway 650
Town of Kirkland Lake ----- 19.8 km / 0 km King's Highway 66

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