King's Highway 94 -

King's Highway 94 serves as the major highway connection to Corbeil.  It also serves as a shortcut route between Highways 11 and 17-East.  94 is a short highway, and was totally untouched by the provincial highway downloading that took place in 1997/98. 

Old Style King's Highway 94 Shield

  Southern Terminus:  Junction Secondary Highway 654 just west of Highway 11.

Northern Terminus:  Highway 94 ends at the Highway 17 junction just north of Corbeil

Length:  12.4 km

Multiplexes:  None

Freeway: No

AADT (2002):  Highest: 4.150, from Highway 654 to Main Street (the start of the Callander Bay Bypass);

                             Lowest:  2,950 from Astorville Road to Highway 17.

Road Info:  Highway 94 is a short highway with light traffic volumes.  Road condition is generally quite good along the highway, as much of the highway was reconstructed in the fall of 2006.  Rural speed limits along Highway 94 are posted at 80km/h.


Highway 94 information:  

Detailed Route information available below
Virtual Tour of Highway 94   History of Highway 94
Photographic History of Highway 94

Communities and Major Intersections along Highway 94 from South to North:

Proper Municipality Name Community Name Distance Intersection Road
Township of North Himsworth ----- 0 km / 12.4 km Secondary Highway 654 (Nosbonsing Road)
Township of North Himsworth ----- 1.6 km / 10.9 km Main Street

NB: Turn Right at Lansdowne Street towards Corbeil.  SB: Turn left away from Callander towards Highway 654.

Township of North Himsworth ----- 3.1 km / 9.3 km Lansdowne Street & Callander Bay Drive (north)
Township of East Ferris Corbeil 10.3 km / 2.1 km Astorville Road
Township of East Ferris ----- 12.4 km / 0 km King's Highway 17

Highway 94 ENDS

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Page last updated:  December 21st, 2004

Page created:  December 19th, 2004