Nova Scotia Route 213
|Hammonds Plains Road|
|Maintained by Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal|
|Length:||22 km (14 mi)|
|West end:||Trunk 3 in Upper Tantallon|
| Hwy 103 (Exit 5) in Stillwater Lake
Hwy 102 (Exit 3) in Killarney
|East end:||Trunk 2 in Bedford|
|Counties:||Halifax Regional Municipality|
Route 213 is a collector road in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. It is located in the Halifax Regional Municipality, connecting Bedford at Trunk 2 (the Bedford Highway) with Upper Tantallon at Trunk 3 with interchanges with Highway 102 and Highway 103 located near the termini.
It is known as the "Hammonds Plains Road."
From its eastern terminus with the Trunk 2 (Bedford Highway) it is a 2-lane collector road until its junction with Highway 102. Heading west from Highway 102 it is four lanes to Innovation Drive. There it turns into a two-lane collector road until its terminus at Trunk 3 (St. Margaret's Bay Road).
Construction is currently taking place to widen the road to four lanes from Innovation Drive to Bluewater Road.
Communities along Route 213
- Trunk 2 (Bedford Highway)
- Hwy 102 (Exit 3)
- Innovation Drive
- Bluewater Road
- Kearney Lake Road
- Kingswood Drive/Gatehouse Run
- Lucasville Road
- Pockwock Road
- Hwy 103 (Exit 5)
- Trunk 3 (St. Margaret's Bay Rd).
- Atlantic Canada Back Road Atlas ISBN 978-1-55368-618-7 Pages 80, 81
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