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King's Highway 127 -

Highway 127 was totally untouched by downloading.  Highway 127 is basically a northerly extension of Highway 62 north of Maynooth; in fact if you were to look at a recent (post-downloading) map you would think that 62 and 127 were simply continuations of each other that should have the same number.

New Style King's Highway 127 Shield

  Southern Terminus:  Junction Highway 62 in the community of Maynooth, north of Bancroft

Northern Terminus:  Junction Highway 60, near the small community of Whitney

Length:  37.8 km

Multiplexes:  None, Highway 127 does not cross over any other provincial highways other then at its termini.

Freeway:  No

AADT (2001):  Highest: 1,350 from Maynooth to Lake St. Peter;

                             Lowest:  960 from Lake St. Peter to Highway 60 just east of Whitney.

Road Info:  Highway 127's pavement is in pretty good shape, with only a few rough spots.  Pavement widths on most of Highway 127 are also enormously large for the most of the highway's length.  Services are located in Maynooth and Lake St. Peter.  Population is sparse so running out of gas would not be recommended.


Highway 127 information:  

Detailed Route information available below
Virtual Tour of Highway 127   History of Highway 127
Photographic History of Highway 127

Communities and Major Intersections located along Highway 127 from South to North:

Proper Municipality Name Community Name Distance Intersecting Road
Municipality of Hastings Highlands Maynooth 0 km / 37.8 King's Highway 62 / Hastings Road 62
Municipality of Hastings Highlands ----- --- Madawaska Road (To Secondary Highway 523)
Municipality of Hastings Highlands Lake St. Peter 13.2 km / 28.4


Township of South Algonquin ----- 37.8 km / 0 km King's Highway 60

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Page last updated:  December 14th, 2004

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