Winnipeg Route 42

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Winnipeg Route 42
Winnipeg Route 42
Pembina south 2.jpg
Other name(s)Pembina Hwy / Donald St / Smith St / Princess St / King St / Disraeli Fwy / Henderson Hwy
Maintained byCity of Winnipeg
Length27 km (17 mi)
LocationWinnipeg, Manitoba
South endPTH 75 south / Turnbull Dr east
Major
junctions
PTH 100 (TCH) (Perimeter Hwy)
Route 165 (Bishop Grandin Blvd)
Route 155 west (McGillivray Blvd)
Route 125 east (Jubilee Ave)
Route 70 north (Stafford St)
Route 105 west (Grant Ave)
Route 62 / Route 95 west
PTH 1 (TCH) / Broadway
Route 85 / Route 57 east (Portage Ave)
Route 57 west (Notre Dame Ave)
Route 52 (Main St)
Route 47 west (Logan Ave)
Route 37 (Hespeler Ave / Johnson Ave W)
Route 17 (Chief Peguis Tr)
North endPTH 101 (Perimeter Hwy) / PR 204 north
Other
Known forConfusion Corner
Investors Group Field access
University of Manitoba access

Route 42 is a major arterial road located in Winnipeg, Manitoba. It connects the suburbs of North Kildonan, East Kildonan, Fort Rouge, Fort Garry, and St. Norbert with the city's downtown core. In the north, it is a continuation of Manitoba Provincial Road 204; in the south, it is a continuation of PTH 75, also known as the Lord Selkirk Highway.

Route description[edit]

The route begins at PTH 75 and Turbell Drive in the suburb of St. Norbert and, as Pembina Highway, crosses the Perimeter Highway South, and runs north-northwest through Fort Garry (passing by the University of Manitoba). At Confusion Corner, it takes the name Donald Street until it crosses the Assiniboine River at the Midtown Bridge, and splits into one-way streets where southbound traffic continues along Donald Street and northbound traffic follows Smith Street. At Notre Dame Avenue, it becomes King Street (northbound) and Princess Street (southbound) until it crosses Main Street and becomes the Disraeli Freeway, continuing northeast, passing through the neighbourhood of Point Douglas and crosses the Red River at the Disraeli Bridge, where it becomes Henderson Highway. Running north along the east bank of the Red River, it passes Hespeler Avenue and Chief Peguis Trail to Perimeter Highway North where it leaves the city as Provincial Road 204.


History[edit]

The namesakes of the various roads making up Route 42 are as follows:

Major intersections[edit]

Street NameLocationkm[3]miDestinationsNotes
Continues as PTH 75 south (Lord Selkirk Highway) – Emerson, I-29
Pembina HighwaySt. Norbert0.00.0Turnbull DriveSouth end of PTH 75 concurrency; Route 42 southern terminus
Fort Garry2.81.7 PTH 100 (Perimeter Highway / Trans-Canada Highway) – Brandon, KenoraGrade separated; south end of PTH 75 concurrency;
signed as exits 94A (east) and 94B (west); PTH 100 exit 18
3.32.1Bairdmore Boulevard / Dalhousie Drive
4.72.9Bairdmore Boulevard / Dalhousie Drive
5.53.4Bison Drive / Chancellor Matheson Road – University of Manitoba, Investors Group Field
7.44.6University Crescent – University of Manitoba
7.54.7 Bishop Grandin Boulevard (Route 165)Grade separated
10.06.2 McGillivray Boulevard (Route 155 west) / Oakenwald Avenue
11.37.0 Jubilee Avenue (Route 125 east)Grade separated
Fort Rouge11.77.3 Stafford Street (Route 70 north)
12.07.5Taylor Avenue
12.77.9 Grant Avenue (Route 105 west)
13.98.6 Osborne Street (Route 62) / Corydon Avenue (Route 95 west)Confusion Corner
Donald StreetPembina Highway north end • Donald Street south end
14.69.1Stradbrook AvenueOne-way, eastbound
14.99.3River AvenueOne-way, westbound
Assiniboine River15.19.4Midtown Bridge
Smith Street south end (one-way transition)
Smith Street (northbound)
Donald Street (northbound)
Downtown15.59.6 Broadway (PTH 1)
15.79.8York AvenueOne-way, eastbound
15.99.9St. Mary AvenueOne-way, westbound
16.110.0Graham AvenueTransit only
16.310.1 Portage Avenue (Route 85) / Route 57 east
16.410.2Ellice Avenue
16.510.3Cumberland AvenueOne-way, eastbound (no access); southbound entrance only
16.5510.28Smith Street, King StreetRoute 42 north branches north onto King Street
Smith Street north end • King Street south end (northbound)
King Street (northbound)
Princess Street (southbound)
16.610.3 Notre Dame Avenue (Route 57 west)One-way, westbound
Donald Street north end • Princess Street south end (southbound)
16.910.5William Avenue
James Avenue (northbound)
Princess Street (southbound)
17.110.6James Avenue, King StreetOne-way, eastbound; Route 42 north branches east onto James Avenue
Main Street (northbound)
Princess Street (southbound)
17.210.7 Main Street (Route 52)Route 42 north branches north onto Main Street;
south end of Route 42 north / Route 52 north concurrency
Main Street (northbound)
Alexander Avenue (southbound)
17.310.7Alexander Avenue, Princess StreetRoute 42 south branches south onto Princess Street
Disraeli Freeway17.410.8 Main Street (Route 52)Route 42 south branches south onto Princess Street
Alexander Avenue east end (one-way transition) • Disraeli Freeway south end (two-way traffic)
17.610.9 Logan Avenue (Route 47 west)
18.511.5Sutherland AvenueGrade separated
Red River18.811.7Disraeli Bridge
Disraeli Freeway north end • Henderson Highway south end
Henderson HighwayEast Kildonan19.011.8 Talbot Avenue / Midwinter Avenue (Route 37 east)Grade separated; south end of Route 37 east concurrency;
signed as Talbot Avenue (northbound) and Midwinter Avenue (southbound)
19.412.1 Hespeler Avenue (Route 37 west)North end of Route 37 east concurrency; south end of Route 37 west concurrency
19.612.2 Johnson Avenue (Route 37 east)North end of Route 37 west concurrency
20.512.7Munroe Avenue
22.614.0McLeod Avenue
North Kildonan23.914.9 Chief Peguis Trail (Route 17)
24.915.5McIvor Avenue
25.916.1Glenway AvenueWinnipeg city limits
R.M. East St. Paul26.716.6 Perimeter Highway (PTH 101)Grade separated; exit 72 on PTH 101; Route 42 northern terminus
Continues as PR 204 north (Henderson Highway) – Lockport
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

Route map:

KML is from Wikidata
  1. ^ The Lord Selkirk Settlement at Red River, Part 3
  2. ^ a b c d e History in Winnipeg Street Names from the Manitoba Historical Society.
  3. ^ Google (August 1, 2017). "Route 42 in Winnipeg, Manitoba" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved August 1, 2017.