Nova Scotia Highway 106
|Maintained by Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal|
|Length:||19 km (12 mi)|
|South end:||Hwy 104 (TCH) in Mount William|
|Trunk 6 / Route 376 at Pictou|
|North end:||To Route 1 (TCH) at Caribou (Northumberland Ferries terminal)|
The highway is part of the Prince Edward Island loop of the Trans-Canada Highway and connects the Northumberland Ferries terminal in Caribou in the north with the mainline Trans-Canada at Highway 104 in Mount William in the south.
Highway 106 begins at a trumpet interchange with Highway 104. The route bypasses to the west side of New Glasgow by running along the centre of Abercrombie Point. It crosses Pictou Harbour to the town of Pictou using the Harvey A. Veniot Causeway, which opened in 1968. A traffic circle at the west end of Pictou, known as the Pictou Rotary, connects Highway 106 with the centre of town as well as Trunk 6 (the Sunrise Trail) and Route 376. The route is a super two expressway except for a short section of at-grade two lane highway near the northern terminus. The route ends in Caribou at the Northumberland Ferries terminal to Prince Edward Island, where the Trans-Canada Highway designation continues as Prince Edward Island Highway 1.
The entire route is in Pictou County.
|Mount William||0.00||0.00||1||Hwy 104 (TCH)||Located in Mount William. To New Glasgow, Antigonish and Cape Breton Island (Eastbound). To Westville, Truro|
|Mount William||1.26||0.78||1A||Mount William Road / Trenton Connector||To Abercrombie, Trenton|
|Abercrombie Point||6.64||4.13||2||Granton–Abercrombie Road||To Granton, Abercrombie|
|3||Trunk 6 (Sunrise Trail) / Route 376 (West River Road)||Pictou Rotary|
|Caribou||18.40||11.43||–||Ferry Road||To Caribou, Caribou River, Central Caribou, Braeshore|
|Caribou||19.38||12.04||–||To Route 1 (TCH) (Northumberland Ferries Limited)||Ferry terminal to Prince Edward Island|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal. Primary Traffic Volume Book, 2003–2010 (PDF) (Report). Province of Nov Scotia. pp. 155–156. Retrieved December 19, 2013.
- "Highway Naming Commemorates 60-Year Reign" (Press release). Government of Nova Scotia. December 21, 2012. Retrieved January 6, 2013.
- Google (December 19, 2013). "Nova Scotia Highway 106 - Length and route" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved December 19, 2013.
- Little, Jennifer Vardy (July 10, 2008). "The causeway should stay, for now at least". The News. New Glasgow: TC Transcontinental. Retrieved December 19, 2013.
PEI Route 1