Secondary Highway 502 -

Highway 502 is a long secondary highway stretching from Highway 11 east of Rainy Lake to Highway 594 south of Dryden.  Despite being a secondary highway it is one of Northwestern Ontario's major thoroughfares, serving as the route between Fort Frances and Dryden -- two of Northwestern Ontario's largest communities.

Secondary Highway 502 Shield

  Southern Terminus:  Junction Highway 11 east of Fort Frances

Northern Terminus:  Junction Highway 594 southwest of Dryden

Length:  151.3km

Multiplexes:  None

Orientation: North-South

Regions Served: Rainy River and Kenora Districts

AADT (2002):  Highest: 680, from north of Contact Bay Road to Highway 594;

                             Lowest:  410, from The Rainy River/Kenora Boundary to north of Contact Bay Road.

Road Info:  Coming Soon!


Highway 502 information:  

Detailed Route information available below
Virtual Tour of Highway 502

Communities and Intersections along and Highway 502 from South to North:

Proper Municipality Name Community Name Distance Intersecting Road
District of Rainy River ----- 0km / 151.3km King's Highway 11
Rainy River - Kenora District Boundary ----- 51.2km / 100.1km -----
District of Kenora ----- 151.3km / 0km Secondary Highway 594
Highway 502 ENDS

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