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Note: The route proceeds in a north-south direction during this stretch, but the east-west orientation is maintained.

Pictures are arranged from east to west.

Location Description Photo
Westbound Eastbound
City of Winnipeg Northbound view showing the newly-installed lights at the approach from Roblin Boulevard.

Photograph taken in May 2010.
City of Winnipeg Northbound view where traffic coming from westbound Roblin Boulevard merges onto PTH 100. Remarkably, the construction on the bridge ahead was completed and the lights that were at this location for more than three years have been removed.

Photograph taken in August 2012.
City of Winnipeg Southbound view showing the overhead signage at Roblin Boulevard.

Photograph taken in July 2005.
City of Winnipeg Southbound view showing the newly-installed Clearview overhead signage at Roblin Boulevard.

Photograph taken in March 2012.
City of Winnipeg Southbound view showing a closeup of the newly-installed Clearview overhead signage at Roblin Boulevard.

Photograph taken in March 2012.
City of Winnipeg Looking north at the Perimeter Bridge crossing the Assiniboine River.

Photograph taken in May 2009.
City of Winnipeg Northbound view approaching the newly-reconstructed bridge that crosses the Assiniboine River. Inexplicably, this project took more than three years to complete.

Photograph taken in August 2012.
City of Winnipeg A side view of the new bridge that crosses the Assiniboine River.

Photograph taken in April 2011.
City of Winnipeg Southbound view showing the 500 m advance signage for Roblin Boulevard.

Photograph taken in August 2012.
City of Winnipeg Southbound view showing a closeup of the 500 m advance signage for Roblin Boulevard. As with other such signs that MIT has replaced, often frivolously, rather than simply unscrew the brackets holding both halves of each metal girder to remove the old sign, workers used a saw to cut the metal girders instead. The fresh weld marks below are quite obvious.

Photograph taken in August 2012.
City of Winnipeg Northbound view showing the sign for the Portage Avenue east exit. In typical Winnipeg fashion, the fact that PTH 1 also follows Route 85 is conveniently omitted.

Photograph taken in March 2009.
City of Winnipeg Northbound view showing a closeup of the sign for the Portage Avenue east exit.

Photograph taken in March 2009.
City of Winnipeg Northbound view showing the sign for the Portage Avenue east exit. This is the replacement for the sign that was replaced in the last year.

Photograph taken in February 2010.
City of Winnipeg Southbound view showing the first reassurance marker for PTH 100. Though the sign indicates an easterly direction, PTH 100 heads due south until the junction of PTH 3/Route 155.

Photograph taken in November 2008.
City of Winnipeg Northbound view showing the overhead signage at Portage Avenue.

Photograph taken in March 2009.
City of Winnipeg Northbound view at Portage Avenue showing a closeup of the overhead signage.

Photograph taken in March 2009.
City of Winnipeg Northbound view showing the sign indicating the end of PTH 100. This is the only such sign on PTH 100.

Photograph taken in March 2009.
City of Winnipeg Northbound view showing a closeup of the sign indicating the end of PTH 100.

Photograph taken in March 2009.

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