Secondary Highway 556 - www.OntHighways.com
Highway 556 is a long east-west secondary highway that leads motorists through the remote Algoma Highlands between Heyden at Highway 17, and Highway 129. Though terminating only a short distance north of Sault Ste. Marie along Highway 17, Highway 556 is an amazingly remote secondary highway. Services are non-existed along the route, nor are there any services along Highway 129 at the highway's eastern end. It should further be noted that most of Highway 556 has not been asphalted, and has been described as a bone-rattling ride. Motorists are advised to take caution before venturing along Highway 556.
Junction Highway 17 - Heyden
Eastern Terminus: Junction Highway 129
Regions Served: Algoma District
AADT (2007): Highest: 1750, from Highway 17 easterly to Highway 552;
Lowest: 90, from Garden River easterly to Highway 129.
Road Info: Not Available.
Highway 556 information:
Detailed Route information available
Communities and Intersections along and Highway 556 from West to East:
|Proper Municipality Name||Community Name||Distance||Intersecting Road|
|District of Algoma||Heyden||0km / 106.3km||King's Highway 17|
|District of Algoma||Island Lake||4.5km / 101.8km||Secondary Highway 552|
|District of Algoma||-----||25.8km / 80.5km||Secondary Highway 532|
|District of Algoma||Ranger Lake||---||-----|
|District of Algoma||-----||106.3km / 0km||King's Highway 129|
|Highway 556 Ends|
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