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List of secondary highways in Rainy River District

This is a list of secondary highways in Rainy River District, most of which serve isolated and sparsely populated areas in the Rainy River District of northwestern Ontario.

Highway 502 [ edit ]

Highway 600 [ edit ]

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Highway 600
Route information
Length 86.9 km[1] (54.0 mi)
Major junctions
West end  Highway 11
   Highway 617

 Highway 619

 Highway 621
East end  Highway 71
Location
Counties District of Rainy River
Towns Rainy River
Highway system

Provincial Highway 600 is a secondary highway in the Canadian province of Ontario. Its total length is approximately 86.9 km. Its western terminus is Highway 11 in Rainy River, and its eastern terminus is at Highway 71. It is also one of only a few Ontario highways that are still gravel.

Highway 602 [ edit ]

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Highway 602
Route information
Length 46.8 km[1] (29.1 mi)
Major junctions
West end  Highway 11,  Highway 71
   Highway 613

 Highway 611
East end  Highway 11,  Highway 71
Location
Counties District of Rainy River
Towns Emo, Fort Frances
Highway system

Highway 602 is a secondary highway in the Canadian province of Ontario. Its total length is approximately 46.8 km. Its western terminus is Highway 11 in Emo, and its eastern terminus is at Highway 71 in Fort Frances.

Highway 611 [ edit ]

Highway 613 [ edit ]

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Highway 613
Route information
Length 39.4 km[1] (24.5 mi)
Major junctions
South end  Highway 602
   Highway 11
North end Near Hope Lake
Location
Counties Rainy River District
Towns Big York, Devlin, Burriss, and Government Landing
Highway system

Provincial Highway 613 is a secondary highway in the Canadian province of Ontario. Its total length is approximately 39.4 km. Its northern terminus is near Hope Lake and the Northwest Bay First Nation Reserve, and its southern terminus is at Highway 602.

Highway 615 [ edit ]

Highway 617 [ edit ]

Highway 619 [ edit ]

Highway 621 [ edit ]

Highway 622 [ edit ]

Highway 623 [ edit ]

Highway 633 [ edit ]

References [ edit ]

  1. ^ a b c Ministry of Transportation of Ontario (2007). "Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) counts". Retrieved July 7, 2011.
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