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Provincial Trunk Highway 190

CenterPort Canada Way

a.k.a. Construction Worker Employment Way

PTH 190 (CenterPort Canada Way) provides a more direct route between the Perimeter Highway (PTH 101) and the intersection of Route 90 and Inkster Boulevard (Route 25), where many trucking companies are located. The route's eastern edge encompasses the stretch of highway formerly designated as part of PR 221. With the long-awaited completion of PTH 190, PR 221 has been truncated and re-routed to the south. Click here to show the route.
 
This route was under construction for three years. Despite the few natural obstacles, progress was comically and embarrassingly slow. The main purpose of building the highway seemingly became to provide quasi-permanent jobs for construction workers rather than to serve motorists and truckers.
 
Eastern Terminus: Junction of Route 90/Brookside Boulevard.
 
Western Terminus: Junction of PTH 101 north of PR 425/Saskatchewan Avenue.

Images of PTH 190:

  • Page 1 - Present-Day Photos
  • Page 2 - Construction-Era Photos
  • Page 3 - Historical Photos, when much of this route was part of PR 221

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