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Ontario Highway 28A Quick Facts:
  • Years in Existence: 1954-1956
  • Current Status: Decommissioned in 1956
  • Current Name: Old Hwy 28
  • Location: Central Ontario
  • Counties Served: Peterborough
  • Towns Served: Youngs Point
  • Southern Terminus: Hwy 28 - Youngs Point
  • Northern Terminus: Hwy 28 - Youngs Point
  • Length in 1956: 1.2 km / 0.75 miles
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History of King's Highway 28A:

King's Highway 28A was created in 1954, when the new high-level bridge on Highway 28 at Young's Point was completed and opened to traffic. The old alignment of Highway 28 was briefly designated as Highway 28A. The highway was very short-lived, and was formally decommissioned as a King's Highway on December 6, 1956. It is not known if the Highway 28A route number was actually posted along this short highway. If it was a posted route, it would be Ontario's shortest signed King's Highway.

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