Burnside Drive

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Not to be confused with: Burnside Avenue; the former Burnside Boulevard, see de Maisonneuve Boulevard.

Burnside Drive is a four-lane divided roadway, with a speed limit of 80 km/h, that serves the Burnside Business Park in the Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) community of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. The road parallels Highway 118, running north from exit 3 of Highway 111 to Akerley Boulevard, a western extension of Highway 107. Although some maps produced by the province show Burnside Drive, as well as a portion of Akerley Boulevard, as part of Highway 107,[1][2] these roads are actually maintained by the HRM, and Highway 107 becomes Akerley Boulevard about halfway between Highway 118 and Burnside Drive.[3]

Major intersections[edit]

  • Akerley Boulevard (becomes Highway 107)
  • Wright Avenue
  • Commodore Drive/Ronald Smith Avenue
  • Highway 111 at exit 3
Preceded by
Hwy 111
Burnside Drive
Nova Scotia
Succeeded by
Akerley Boulevard Hwy 107

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nova Scotia Geomatics Centre, Nova Scotia, August 2003
  2. ^ Nova Scotia Major Highways, 2003
  3. ^ Halifax Regional Municipality, By-Law No. T-400, as amended July 29, 2000

Coordinates: 44°42′20.93″N 63°35′10.65″W / 44.7058139°N 63.5862917°W / 44.7058139; -63.5862917