History of King's Highway 134 (#2):
King's Highway 134 was a major collector highway which served as an alternate route to Highway 28 in Peterborough County. Highway 134 was established on August 15, 1975, when a 15 km section of Peterborough County Road 34 was designated as a new King's Highway. The designation of Highway 134 essentially created an eastern bypass around the City of Peterborough. The highway carried through traffic from Highway 7 east of Peterborough to Highway 28 near Lakefield, thereby bypassing the City of Peterborough entirely. The route remained more or less the same until June 2003, when the entire route of Highway 134 was renumbered as Highway 28. Since 2003, this highway has been known as Highway 28.
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