History of King's Highway 148:
King's Highway 148 is a minor collector highway connecting Pembroke to Quebec Highway 148 at the Ontario-Quebec Boundary. The highway was created in 1983, when a section of Highway 62 between the new Pembroke Bypass and the Allumette Island Bridge was renumbered as Highway 148. A portion of the highway west of Pembroke was downloaded on March 31, 1997. This former section of Highway 148 is now known as Renfrew Road 58. Highway 148 is presently 5.0 km long, and no longer connects to any other provincial highways. Pembroke is the only town located along Highway 148. There are no tolls for vehicles using the Allumette Island Bridge. The speed limit on Highway 148 is 80 km/h (50 mph), unless posted otherwise. Please visit the Highway 148 Mileage Chart page for a list of mileage reference points along Highway 148.
Additional Information About King's Highway 148:
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King's Highway 148 - Route Information (At Scott Steeves' website: asphaltplanet.ca)
King's Highway 148 - A Virtual Tour (At Scott Steeves' website: asphaltplanet.ca)