Manitoba Highway 31
|Length:||22 km (14 mi)|
|Existed:||1959 – present|
|South end:||ND 1 (Canada–United States border) near Windygates|
|North end:||PTH 3 / PR 240 near Darlingford|
Provincial Trunk Highway 31 (PTH 31) is a provincial highway in the Canadian province of Manitoba. It is a short highway that runs from PTH 3 to the U.S. border where it becomes North Dakota State Highway 1. The entire highway lies within the Rural Municipality of Pembina.
Prior to 1954, Highway 31 was the designation of the route connecting PTH 16 (then known as Highway 4) at Russell to Highway 10 at Swan River via Roblin and Benito. In 1954, the section of PTH 83 between the Trans-Canada Highway and Birtle was constructed and opened to traffic. With this addition, PTH 83 was also extended to Swan River, replacing Highway 31.
PTH 31 was designated to its current route in 1959.
|Continues as ND 1 south – Langdon|
|Pembina||Windygates||0||0.0||Canada – United States border|
|||2||1.2||PR 201 – Snowflake, Osterwick|
|||22||14||PTH 3 / PR 240 north – St. Claude, Manitou, Morden||PTH 31 ends
highway continues as PR 240
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
Route map: Google
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