Secondary Highway 555 - www.OntHighways.com
Highway 555 was a local highway that served a number of residents and businesses to the north of Blind River. Highway 555 was transferred to local municipalities on March 31, 1997 and today is known only as Granary Lake Road.
Southern Terminus: Junction Highway
north of Blind River.
Northern Terminus: Lake Magog Landing.
Length: 11.1 km
Regions Served: Algoma District
AADT (1994): Highest: 840, from Highway 557 northerly to Lake Duborne Road;
Lowest: 150, from Lake Duborne Road to the end of the highway at Lake Magog Landing.
Status: Totally downloaded. Highway 555 is now known as Granary Lake Road.
Road Info: Highway 555 is paved for its entire length. Between Highway 557 and Lake Duborn Road, the highway is a fairly good road, typical of a lot of Central Ontario's secondary highways, while north of the Lake Duborn Road the highway takes a marked turn for the worse. While the highway remains paved for its entire length, there are several instances where the the highway makes a fairly abrupt curve directly at the top of hill. In these cases, the driver is faced with a moment where it is not particularly evident in which direction the highway leads to. While all of Highway 555 is posted at 80km/h, drivers (particularly those who are unfamiliar with the road) would be cautioned against driving that quickly along Highway 555.
Highway 555 information:
Detailed Route information available
Communities and Intersections along and Highway 607 from South to North:
|Proper Municipality Name||Community Name||Distance||Intersecting Road|
|Town of Blind River||-----||--- (0km) / --- (11.1km)||Secondary Highway 557|
|District of Algoma||-----||--- (2.2km) / --- (8.9km)||Lake Duborne Road|
|District of Algoma||Lake Magog Station||--- (11.1km) / --- (0km)||-----|
|Highway 555 Ends|
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