Ontario Highway 402 facts for kids

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Highway 402
Highway 402 highlighted in red
Route information
Length: 102.5 km (63.7 mi)
History: Planned: 1938
Designated: 1953
Completed: 1982
Major junctions
West end: I-69 / I-94 at Canada–United States border on Blue Water Bridge in Point Edward
  Highway 40 – Sarnia
Highway 4 – London
East end: Highway 401 – London
Location
Counties: Lambton, Middlesex
Major cities: Sarnia, London
Highway system

  • Ontario provincial highways
  • List
  • 400-series
  • Former
CAN 401 CAN 403 →

Ontario Highway 402, also called King's Highway 402, is a provincial highway in southwestern Ontario, Canada. It connects the Blue Water Bridge in Sarnia and Ontario Highway 401 in London. The highway runs mostly east-west. The only large municipality along the highway is Strathroy-Caradoc.

Construction on the highway started in 1939 but was stopped due to World War II. Work started again in 1952. The highway was finished in 1982. In 2009, the westbound part of the highway near Sarnia was widened from four lanes into six lanes.

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