Ontario Highway 400 facts for kids

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Highway 400
Toronto–Barrie Highway
Route information
Length: 226 km (140 mi)
History: Opened December 1, 1951 –
July 1, 1952
Major junctions
North end: Highway 69 in Carling
  Highway 11 – Barrie
Highway 407 – Vaughan
Highway 401 – Toronto
South end: Maple Leaf Drive – Toronto
(continues as Black Creek Drive)
Location
Divisions: York Region, Simcoe County, Muskoka, Parry Sound District
Major cities: Toronto
Barrie
Sudbury (future)
Towns: Parry Sound, Bradford, King
Highway system

  • Ontario provincial highways
  • List
  • 400-series
  • Former
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Ontario Highway 400, also called King's Highway 400, is a provincial highway in Ontario, Canada. It runs mostly north and south and is 226 kilometers (140 miles) long. It goes between Toronto and Carling.

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