Nova Scotia Highway 118
|Maintained by Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal|
|Length:||15.5 km (9.6 mi)|
|South end:||Route 322 in Dartmouth|
| Hwy 111 near Dartmouth
Hwy 107 near Burnside
|North end:||Hwy 102 near Fall River|
Highway 118, in Nova Scotia, is a short suburban freeway connecting (officially) Victoria Road via Woodland Ave. in Dartmouth with Highway 102 at Fall River, 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) to the north. The highway crosses the Historic Shubenacadie Canal. It also runs along the western shore of Lake Micmac and the western edge of Shubie Park and is known as Lakeview Drive. Running parallel to the highway from the Waverley Road to exit 14 is a portion of the Halifax Lateral of the Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline (natural gas). The highway serves both as a "A-Train and B-Train" route between the Burnside Industrial Park and Highway 102. The highway has the only collector-express section in Atlantic Canada. It is located at the new exit 12 Dartmouth Crossing interchange.
In the early 1970s, it was decided that a new highway was required to directly link Highway 102 with Dartmouth. In 1972, the then Department of Highways expropriated a portion of land for the construction of Highway 118. The highway was completed in the late 1970s.
The entire route is located in Halifax Regional Municipality.
|Dartmouth||2||1.2||Micmac Boulevard, Lancaster Drive||At-grade|
|3||1.9||11||Hwy 111 to Trunk 7 (Main Street) / Route 318 – Eastern Shore, Bedford, Halifax, Mackay Bridge|
|5||3.1||12||Wright Avenue, Commodore Drive - Dartmouth Crossing Burnside Industrial Park|
|6||3.7||13||Hwy 107 to Route 318 / Akerley Boulevard – Cole Harbour, Eastern Shore, Burnside Industrial Park||Signed as exits 13E (east) and 13W (west)|
|Waverley||13||8||14||To Trunk 2 / Route 318 – Fall River, Waverley, Wellington||Northbound exit and southbound entrance|
|Fall River||14||9||Hwy 102 north – Halifax International Airport||Northbound exit and southbound entrance|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- Exit 1 was used from 1971 to 2007 and renumbered Exit 11
- Exits 2 and 3 used to be a work site until construction started on Dartmouth Crossing in 2005
- Exit 4 was used until 1979, when it was renumbered to Exit 13
- Exit 5 was also used until 1979, when it was renumbered to Exit 14