Secondary Highway 610 -

Highway 610 runs predominantly east-west through the northeastern portion of Timmins.  It was downloaded in its entirety in 1997, as it served primarily local traffic.  Interestingly, Highway 610 is a former alignment of Highway 67.  It was part of Highway 67 before Highway 101 became the predominant route between Timmins and Highway 11.

Secondary Highway 610 Shield -  Copyright Josh Anderchek - Used with permission

  Western Terminus: Junction Highway 101 just east of Hoyle

Eastern Terminus:  Junction Highway 67 near the Timmins Iroquois Falls Boundary

Length:  18.3km

Multiplexes:  None

Orientation: East-West

Regions Served: Cochrane District

AADT (1994):  400, for the entire length of Highway 610

Status:  Totally downloaded.  Highway 610 was not assigned a number, but rather named Fredrickhouse Lake Road.

Road Info:  Highway 611 is surfaced with tar and chip for its entire length and is posted with an 80km/h speed limit.


Highway 610 information:  

Detailed Route information available below
Virtual Tour of Highway 610 (Coming Soon!)

Communities and Intersections along and Highway 610 from West to East:

Proper Municipality Name Community Name Distance Intersecting Road
City of Timmins ----- 0km / 18.3km King's Highway 101
City of Timmins Connaught --- -----
City of Timmins ----- 18.3km / 0km Highway 67 (Municipal Road)
Highway 610 ENDS

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Page last updated:  September 29th, 2007

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