New Brunswick Route 122

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Route 122
Route information
Maintained by New Brunswick Department of Transportation
Length: 43.8 km[2] (27.2 mi)
Existed: 1965.[1] – present
Major junctions
East end: New Brunswick Route 2 (TCH).png Route 2 in Dow Settlement
West end: US 1.svg US 1 in Orient
Location
Major cities: Meductic, Canterbury, Fosterville
Highway system

Provincial highways in New Brunswick
Former routes

Route 121 Route 123

Route 121 is a mostly East/West provincial highway in the Canadian province of New Brunswick. The road runs from Route 2 and Route 165 intersection in Dow Settlement. The road has a length of approximately 44 kilometers, and services small, otherwise isolated rural communities. In these areas, the highway is often unofficially referred to as "Main Street." The road bypasses several Lakes including Skiff Lake, Mud Lake, Eel River Lake, North Lake and finally Grand Lake before changing to Boundary Road in Orient, Maine at the Canada/US Border. The Highway is known as Canterbury Road between Meductic and Canterbury.

History[edit]

Route 122 was commissioned in 1965 as a renumbering of the former Route 26

Intersecting routes[edit]

River crossings[edit]

  • None

Communities along Route[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ New Brunswick, Highways.
  2. ^ New Brunswick Department of Transportation: Designated Provincial Highways, 2003