Manitoba Highway 6

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Provincial Trunk Highway 6
Northern Woods and Water Route (section)
PTH 6 highlighted in red.
Route information
Maintained by the Department of Infrastructure Provincial Government of Manitoba
Length732 km (455 mi)
Major junctions
South end PTH 101 in Winnipeg
  PTH 67
PTH 68
PTH 60
PTH 39
North endThompson city limits
highway continues as PR 391
TownsGrosse Isle, Warren, Lundar, Eriksdale, Ashern, Grand Rapids
Highway system
Manitoba provincial highways
Winnipeg City Routes

Provincial Trunk Highway 6 (PTH 6) is a provincial primary highway located in the Canadian province of Manitoba. It runs from the Perimeter Highway of Winnipeg to the Thompson south city limits. It is also the main highway connecting Winnipeg to northern Manitoba. The speed limit is 100 km/h. The route is also used to deliver nickel from the Thompson mine to the Royal Canadian Mint in Winnipeg. The portion of the highway between Ponton and Thompson was previously known as Highway 391.

There have been talks of extending PTH 6 North to Churchill and the Nunavut border. If plans to make a highway in Nunavut connecting from Churchill, and Arviat, Nunavut to Chesterfield Inlet, Nunavut go through, then the first ever major road connection to Nunavut will be made.[citation needed]

Route History[edit]

PTH 6 was designated in 1928 from Minnedosa to the Saskatchewan border southwest of Benito. In 1938-1939, the section east of Swan River became part of PTH 10. In 1947, the remainder was renumbered as PTH 31, and the current PTH 6 was designated.

Major intersections[edit]

Rosser00.0 PTH 101 (Perimeter Highway)southern terminus of PTH 6
10.62 PR 236 north – Stonewallsouth end of PR 236 overlap
21.2 PR 236 westnorth end of PR 236 overlap
Road 3 Eastformer PR 334 south
148.7 PR 322 north – Argyle
Rockwood148.7 PR 321 east – Grosse Isle, Stony Mountain
Woodlands2314 PTH 67 east – Stonewall
Warren2516 PR 227 west – Westbourne
3522 PR 323 east
Woodlands3924 PR 518 north
4427 PR 411 west
4629 PR 248 south – Marquette
Lake FrancisRoad 88 Northformer PR 414 west
St. LaurentSt. Laurent6842 PR 415 east
ColdwellRoad 102 North - Oak Pointformer PR 511 east
Clarkleigh9157 PR 229 east – Inwood
Lundar10465 PR 419 – Lundar Beach, Chatfield
West InterlakeEriksdale12376 PTH 68 east / PR 417 west – Dog Creek Indian Reserve, Arborgsouth end of PTH 68 overlap
13483 PTH 68 west – Ste. Rose du Lacnorth end of PTH 68 overlap; former PR 235 west
162101 PR 325 west – Ste. Rose du Lacsouth end of PR 325 overlap
Ashern164102 PR 325 east – Hodgsonnorth end of PR 325 overlap
GrahamdaleMoosehorn174108 PR 237 westsouth end of PR 237 overlap
176109 PR 237 eastnorth end of PR 237 overlap
Steep Rock Junction195121 PR 239 west – Steep Rock
St. Martin Junction237147 PR 513 east – Gypsumville, Dauphin River
240150 PR 328 west – Waterhen
Gypsumvilleformer PR 513 east
No. 21380240 PTH 60 west – Easterville, The Pas, Flin Flonformer PR 327 west
Grand Rapids414257Bridge over Saskatchewan River
No. 22579360 PTH 39 west – Snow Lake, Flin Flon, The Pasformer PR 391 west
610380 PR 373 east – Jenpeg, Norway House, Cross Lake
Mystery Lake702436 PR 375 east – Paint Lake Provincial Park
Thompson732455 PR 391 north (Mystery Lake Road) / Burntwood Roadnorthern terminus of PTH 6
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

External links[edit]

  • Official Name and Location - Declaration of Provincial Trunk Highways Regulation - The Highways and Transportation Act - Provincial Government of Manitoba
  • Official Highway Map - Published and maintained by the Department of Infrastructure - Provincial Government of Manitoba (see Legend and Map#2, 4, 5, 6 & 7)
  • Google Maps Search - Provincial Trunk Highway 6

Route map:

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