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King's Highway 416 - Images

 

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The 416 ends at partial interchange favouring the west with Highway 401 Click here for Highway 401 images.
Township of Edwardsburgh / Cardinal

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville

View looking south from Cedar Grove Road towards the Highway 401 interchange.

Photo taken: December 7th, 2008.

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Township of Edwardsburgh / Cardinal

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville

View looking north from Cedar Grove Road.  Surprisingly the ramp carrying traffic from Highway 401-East to Highway 416 is predominantly a single lane ramp.

Photo taken: December 7th, 2008.

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Township of Edwardsburgh / Cardinal

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville

View looking north from the ramp to Highway 16.

Photo taken: December 7th, 2008.

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Highway 16 splits one kilometre north of Highway 401 bound for the Prescott-Ogdensburg International Bridge Click here for Highway 16 images.
Township of Edwardsburgh / Cardinal

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville

Signage at the Highway 16 split.

Photo taken: July 23rd, 2011.
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Township of Edwardsburgh / Cardinal

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville

Advanced signage for the ramp leading to Highway 16 and to the Eastbound 401.

Photo taken: July 23rd, 2011.
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Township of Edwardsburgh / Cardinal

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville

Highway 16 is signed as an alternate access point to Highway 401 West.

Photo taken: July 23rd, 2011 
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Township of Edwardsburgh / Cardinal

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville

Overhead diagram sign denoting the upcoming Highway 401 interchange.  Highway 416 defaults onto the westbound 401.  Highway 401 east is accessible via Highway 16.

Photo taken: July 23rd, 2011.

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Township of Edwardsburgh / Cardinal

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville

Southerly view along the southbound carriageway of Highway 416 from the Glen Small Road overpass.

Photo taken: July 23rd, 2011.

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Township of Edwardsburgh / Cardinal

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville

Northerly view along the northbound carriageway from the Glen Small Road overpass.  For the southernmost 25km of Highway 416 the north and southbound carriageways are separated by a large forested median.
Photo taken: July 23rd, 2011.

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Township of Edwardsburgh / Cardinal

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville

Southerly view along the southbound carriageway of Highway 416 from the Leeds & Grenville Road 44 overpass.  Prior to the 1960s and 70s, Highway 16 followed what is today known as Leeds & Grenville Road 44.
Photo taken: July 23rd, 2011.

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Township of Edwardsburgh / Cardinal

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville

Northerly view towards the Shanly Avenue interchange from Leeds & Grenville Road 44.

Photo taken: July 23rd, 2011.

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Township of Edwardsburgh / Cardinal

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville

Destination signage along Highway 416 South, just south of Shanly Road.  It is unusual to see a provincial highway crown used on a destination sign.

Photo taken: July 23rd, 2011.
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Township of Edwardsburgh / Cardinal

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville

Highway 416 looking south from the Shanly Road overpass.  Shanly Road is located roughly at kilometre marker 12.

Photo taken: July 23rd, 2011.

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Township of Edwardsburgh / Cardinal

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville

Looking north towards Ottawa along Highway 416 from the Shanly Road overpass.  Shanly Road is the first interchange north of Highway 401 on the 416.

Photo taken: July 23rd, 2011


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Township of North Grenville

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville
Southerly view from the Oxford Station Road overpass.

Photo taken: July 2nd, 2012.

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Township of North Grenville

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville
View looking northerly from the Oxford Station Road overpass.

Photo taken: July 2nd, 2012.

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Township of North Grenville

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville
View looking southerly from the Leeds & Grenville Road 44 overpass.

Photo taken: July 2nd, 2012 

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Township of North Grenville

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville
Northerly view from the Leeds & Grenville Road 44 overpass.

Photo taken: July 2nd, 2012.

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Township of North Grenville

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville
Southerly view towards the Leeds & Grenville Road 44 interchange from Beach Road.

Photo taken: July 2nd, 2012.

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Township of North Grenville

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville
Northerly view from Beach Road.  Highway 416 is tree-lined for much of its length.  The dense forest of trees that the highway runs through belies the fact that eastern Ontario is quite populated.

Photo taken: July 2nd, 2012.

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Township of North Grenville

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville
Southerly view from the Leeds & Grenville Road 24 overpass.  The pictured blue signs along the southbound lanes of the highway remind motorists that Highway 416 is Ontario's Veteran's Memorial Highway.

Photo taken: July 2nd, 2012.

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Township of North Grenville

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville
View looking northerly towards the Highway 43 interchange from the Leeds & Grenville Road 24 overpass. 

Photo taken: July 2nd, 2012.

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Township of North Grenville

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville
Advanced signage for the Highway 43 interchange.

Photo taken: May 22nd, 2015.
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Township of North Grenville

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville
Signage at the northbound off-ramp to Highway 43.

Photo taken: May 22nd, 2015.
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Township of North Grenville

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville

Looking south along Highway 416 from the Highway 43 overpass near Kemptville. Kemptville is the only sizable community in the vicinity of Highway 416 aside from Ottawa.

Photo taken: July 2nd, 2012.


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Township of North Grenville

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville

This picture showcases highway 416 looking north from the Highway 43 overpass.  Highway 43 is located roughly at kilometre marker 34.  A few kilometres north of this overpass, Highway 416 crosses the Rideau River and Canal.

Photo taken: July 2nd, 2012.

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Township of North Grenville

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville

Southerly view at the off-ramp to Highway 43.

Photo taken: June 17th, 2013.
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Township of North Grenville

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville

Advanced signage for the Highway 43 interchange.  Highway 416 was extended southerly in the late 1990s, and as such, this signage never actually indicated that what is now Leeds & Grenville Road 43 was first a highway with the same number.

Photo taken: June 17th, 2013.
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Township of North Grenville

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville

This view looks southerly from the Rideau River Road overpass.

Photo taken: June 17th, 2013.

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Township of North Grenville

United Counties of Leeds & Grenville

These views look northerly from the Rideau River Road overpass towards the Rideau River bridge.

Photos taken: June 17th, 2013.

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City of Ottawa This view looks easterly along the Rideau River towards the twin Highway 416 structures.  The northbound structure was constructed in the early 1970s and carried the Highway 16 designation until the parallel southbound span was completed during the mid 1990s.
Photo taken: June 17th, 2013.

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City of Ottawa Beyond the Rideau River bridge, Highway 416 enters the City of Ottawa.  The City of Ottawa is a large single tier municipality that was formed in 2001 when the city was amalgamated with the former Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton.

Photo taken: June 17th, 2013.
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City of Ottawa Southerly view towards the Rideau River bridge from the Dilworth Road overpass.

Photo taken: June 17th, 2013.

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City of Ottawa This view looks northerly from the Dilworth Road overpass.

Photo taken: June 17th, 2013.

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City of Ottawa Southerly view from Roger Stevens Road along Highway 416.  Highway 416 isn't a particularly exciting drive.

Photo taken: May 24th, 2010.

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City of Ottawa Two northerly views along Highway 416 from the Roger Stevens Road overpass.  Roger Stevens is an important east-west county road that links Highway 15 at Smiths Falls to Highway 416.


Photo taken: May 24th, 2010.

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City of Ottawa Southbound signage for Roger Stevens Road.

Photo taken: May 24th, 2010.

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City of Ottawa Southbound advanced signage for the Roger Stevens Road interchange.  Note that the county road shield is placed adjacent to the control city information on the signage, rather than adjacent to the road name.  Also, notice that the distance to the interchange is also omitted from the sign.  Signs like this are very common in Eastern Ontario.
Photo taken: May 24th, 2010.
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City of Ottawa  View looking southerly towards Highway 401 from the Prince of Wales Drive overpass.

Photo taken: September 13th, 2009.

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City of Ottawa  Northerly view from the Prince of Wales Drive overpass.  Prince of Wales Drive was the former alignment of Highway 16 leading into Ottawa prior to the completion of the 416.  For a very brief period of time, Highway 16 co-existed with Highway 416 northerly from Bankfield Road to Ottawa.  Highway 16 has since been transferred from the MTO to the City of Ottawa.
Photo taken: September 13th, 2009.

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City of Ottawa Northbound advanced signage for the Bankfield Road interchange.

Photo taken: May 22nd, 2015.
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City of Ottawa Motorists looking for a scenic route to Ottawa are directect to follow Bankfield Road.

Photo taken: May 22nd, 2015.
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City of Ottawa View a the northbound off-ramp to Bankfield Road.

Photo taken: May 22nd, 2015.
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City of Ottawa Looking south along Highway 416 from the Bankfield Road overpass.

Photo taken: September 13th, 2009.

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City of Ottawa Highway 416 looking north from the Bankfield Road overpass.  Bankfield Road is located roughly at kilometre marker 57.

Photo taken: September 13th, 2009.


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City of Ottawa  Southerly view towards the Bankfield Road interchange from Barnsdale Road.

Photo taken: September 13th, 2009. 

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City of Ottawa  Northerly view from the Barnsdale Road overpass.

Photo taken: September 13th, 2009. 

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City of Ottawa Northbound advanced signage for the Fallowfield Road interchange.

Photo taken: May 22nd, 2015.
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City of Ottawa Signage at the northbound off-ramp to Fallowfield Road.

Photo taken: May 22nd, 2015.
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City of Ottawa  Southerly view at the Fallowfield Road interchange.

Photo taken: September 13th, 2009.

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City of Ottawa  Northerly view from the Fallowfield Road overpass.  The Ottawa suburb of Barrhaven is accessible via Followfield Road.

Photo taken: September 13th, 2009.

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City of Ottawa Driving north through the Stony Swamp Access Bridge.  This is the longest single span concrete rigid frame bridge over an freeway in Ontario.  This bridge carries traffic from Ottawa into a National Capital Commission Park, and was surely designed to serve as a Landmark for travelers entering Ottawa.
Picture taken: October 22nd, 2004.
City of Ottawa  Southerly view from the Lytle Avenue overpass (the Stony Swamp Access Bridge).  Exposed limestone bedrock is a fairly common feature along the highways that traverse the Ottawa Valley.

Photo taken: September 13th, 2009.

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City of Ottawa  Northerly view towards Ottawa from the Lytle Avenue overpass.

Photo taken: September 13th, 2009. 

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City of Ottawa Northbound advanced signage for the Hunt Club Road interchange.

Photo taken: May 22nd, 2015.
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City of Ottawa Signage at the northbound off-ramp to Hunt Club Road.

Photo taken: May 22nd, 2015.
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City of Ottawa   Southerly view from the Hunt Club Road overpass.  Though Suburban Ottawa extends a considerable distance south from The Queensway (Hwy 417) you wouldn't know it by driving Highway 416.

Photo taken: September 12th, 2009.

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City of Ottawa   Northerly view from Hunt Club Road.  Highway 416 meets Hunt Club Road at a button hook interchange on the east side of the highway.  Button hook interchanges, such as this one, are uncommon on new freeways constructed in Ontario.

Photo taken: September 12th, 2009.

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City of Ottawa  Southerly view from the Bruin Road overpass.

Photo taken: September 12th, 2009.

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City of Ottawa Views looking northerly from the Bruin Road overpass.  Take notice of the high Gatineau Hills in the distance across the River.  Its rather striking how rugged the Quebec side of the Ottawa River is compared to the flat subdued Ontario side.

Photo taken: September 12th, 2009.

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City of Ottawa Advanced signage heading northbound on the 416 approaching the 417 interchange.  The signage located at this interchange was very atypical, and has been replaced with a diagram sign.

Upper photo taken: October 22nd, 2004.

Lower photo taken: September 17th, 2011
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City of Ottawa Signage for the split at the Highway 417 interchange.  Highway 416 meets the 417 at a directional-T interchange.  Keeping left at this split leads traffic westbound towards Arnprior.  Keeping right leads traffic eastbound towards Downtown Ottawa.
Photo taken: September 17th, 2011.
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City of Ottawa  This view looks southerly from the Baseline Road overpass.  Highway 416 quickly narrows to a four-lane highway south of the large Highway 417 interchange.

Photo taken: September 12th, 2009.

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City of Ottawa  Southerly view from the Richmond Road overpass towards the Highway 417 interchange.  The Highway 417 interchange is much larger in scale than Highway 416 itself.

Photo taken: September 12th, 2009.

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Highway 416 ends at the Highway 417 interchange. Click here for Highway 417-West images and here for Highway 417-East images.

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