Manitoba Highway 29
|Length:||0.5 km (0.3 mi)|
|Status:||Decommissioned in 2012
(now part of PTH 75)
|South end:||I-29 / US 81 (Canada–United States border)|
|North end:||PTH 75 near Emerson|
Provincial Trunk Highway 29 (PTH 29) was a provincial highway in the Canadian province of Manitoba connecting PTH 75 to Interstate 29/US 81 at the U.S. border. The highway, which was an at-grade expressway, was less than 1 km long. In 2012, PTH 75 was re-routed to connect directly with Interstate 29, thus eliminating PTH 29.
While the route itself was not signed, PTH 29 was shown on Manitoba's official road map, though many other cartographers omitted it. The only sign identifying the highway could be seen travelling westbound on PTH 75 toward the intersection north of the border station.
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