Manitoba Highway 3

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Highway 3
Boundary Commission Trail
Route information
Length: 395 km (245 mi)
Major junctions
West end: Saskatchewan border near Pierson
continues as Hwy 18
 

PTH 83
PTH 21
PTH 10
PTH 18
PTH 5
PTH 34
PTH 31
PTH 14
PTH 23
PTH 13
PTH 2

PTH 100
East end: Winnipeg city limits
highway continues as Route 155
Location
Major cities: Winnipeg
Towns: Pierson, Melita, Deloraine, Killarney, Cartwright, Crystal City, Pilot Mound, La Rivière, Manitou, Morden, Carman, Sanford
Highway system

Manitoba provincial highways

PTH 2 PTH 3A

Provincial Trunk Highway 3 (PTH 3) is a provincial highway in the Canadian province of Manitoba. It runs from the Saskatchewan boundary (where it meets Highway 18) to the west limit of the city of Winnipeg. At one time, before the City Route System, it reached as far as Pembina Highway via McGillivray Blvd—now Winnipeg Route 155. It passes through major centres such as Morden, Winkler, and smaller communities such as Manitou, Darlingford, and La Rivière. The western portion of PTH 3 up to Morden has been designated as a part of the Boundary Commission Trail,[1] commemorating the historic red river cart trail which connected western communities to the North-Western Territory and to British Columbia.[2]

Major intersections[edit]

Division Location km mi Destinations Notes
Continues as Hwy 18 west – Gainsborough, Estevan
Two Borders 0 0.0 Manitoba – Saskatchewan boundary
10 6.2 PR 256 north – Tilston, Pierson west end of PR 256 overlap
12 7.5 PR 256 south – Lyleton, Minot east end of PR 256 overlap
Road 166 West former PR 456 south
22 14 PR 252 north
27 17 PTH 83 south – Minot west end of PTH 83 overlap
Melita PR 445 west
40 25 PTH 83 north – Virden east end of PTH 83 overlap
Road 154 West former PR 458 south
Two Borders /
Brenda – Waskada
50 31 PR 452 north – Napinka west end of PR 452 overlap
Brenda – Waskada 54 34 PR 452 south – Waskada east end of PR 452 overlap
Medora 62 39 PR 254 north – Lauder west end of PR 254 overlap
PR 254 south east end of PR 254 overlap
Deloraine – Winchester 75 47 PTH 21 north – Hartney west end of PTH 21 overlap
83 52 PTH 21 south – Bottineau east end of PTH 21 overlap
97 60 PR 450 south – Lake Metigoshe Recreation Area
Boissevain – Morton 112 70 Road 119 West - Max Lake former PR 446 south
117 73 PTH 10 – Boissevain, Peace Garden
Killarney – Turtle Mountain 130 81 PR 346 north – Ninga
Road 106 West former PR 346 south
146 91 PTH 18 north – Killarney, Ninette west end of PTH 18 overlap
156 97 PTH 18 south – Rolla east end of PTH 18 overlap
169 105 PR 458 north – Holmfield former PR 340 north
Cartwright – Roblin Cartwright 179 111 PTH 5 – Glenboro, Jamestown former PTH 28 south / PR 258 north
191 119 PR 442 north – Mather
Louise 203 126 PTH 3A east – Clearwater
210 130 PTH 34 south – Devils Lake west end of PTH 34 overlap
215 134 PTH 3A west / PR 423 east – Clearwater
224 139 PR 253 west – Glenora
229 142 PTH 34 north – Holland east end of PTH 34 overlap
Pembina 241 150 PR 242 north – Somerset west end of PR 242 overlap
La Rivière 242 150 PR 242 south – Snowflake east end of PR 242 overlap
Manitou 252 157 PR 244 north – Notre Dame de Lourdes
260 160 PR 528 south – Kaleida
268 167 PTH 31 south / PR 240 north – St. Claude, Langdon
Stanley Road 34 West - Miami, Thornhill former PR 338 north
Colert Road - Colert Beach former PR 434 south
Morden 286 178 PR 432 (Mountain Street)
292 181 PTH 14 east – Winkler Boundary Commission Trail continues on Hwy 14 east
Roland 311 193 PTH 23 – Swan Lake, Roland
Dufferin Carman 326 203 PTH 13 north / PR 245 west – Elm Creek, Roseisle
Old 248 Road former PR 248
Macdonald 347 216 PR 336 south to PR 205 – Sperling, Rosenort
Brunkild PR 305 – Ste. Agathe
PR 332 – Starbuck, Lowe Farm
374 232 PR 334 – Sanford, Headingley, Domain
375 233 PR 247 west – Sanford west end of PR 247 overlap
377 234 PR 247 east – La Salle east end of PR 247 overlap
387 240 PTH 2 – Treherne, Kenora
388 241 PTH 100 (Perimeter Highway) west end of Route 155 overlap
395 245 Route 155 east (McGillivray Boulevard) – Winnipeg Winnipeg city limits; east end of Route 155 overlap
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Route map: Bing / Google

KML is from Wikidata
  1. ^ Trails, truth and tourism: Manitoba’s Red Coat Trail. Lesley Gaudry. Prairie Perspectives: Geographical Essays. University of Winnipeg (2004): p. 35. Retrieved 28 January 2017.
  2. ^ "A History of the Boundary Trail Heritage Region" (Map). GUIDE To The Historic Sites Along The Trail. Boundary Trail Heritage Region. Retrieved 12 January 2017.