Winnipeg Route 70

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Winnipeg Route 70
Winnipeg Route 70
Maryland Street heading north
Other name(s)Stafford St / Maryland Ave / Academy Road / Sherbrook St
Maintained byCity of Winnipeg
Length7 km (4 mi)
LocationWinnipeg, Manitoba
North endRoute 57 (Notre Dame Ave)
Route 85 (Portage Ave)
PTH 1 (TCH) / Broadway
Academy Road west
Route 95 (Corydon Ave)
Route 105 (Grant Ave)
Taylor Ave (To Route 42 north)
South endRoute 42 south (Pembina Hwy)

Route 70 is a city route in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. It runs from Route 57 (Notre Dame Avenue) to Route 42 (Pembina Highway).

Route Description[edit]

The route has many street names along its length, listed as follows, north to south:

Street Name Speed limit From To
Maryland Street (one-way southbound) 50 km/h Route 57 Maryland Bridge
Sherbrook Street (one-way northbound) 50 km/h Route 57 (Notre Dame Ave) Maryland Bridge
Academy Road 50 km/h Maryland Bridge Stafford Street
Stafford Street 50 km/h Academy Road Route 42 (Pembina Hwy)

Street Names[edit]

Both Maryland and Sherbrook Streets were originally named Boundary and Milligan Streets. Boundary Street ran along the original western boundary of Winnipeg before the city expanded westward to St. James Street in 1882. Maryland Street is named after the Maryland estate that was formerly located on that road, which was owned by James Milligan, the namesake of Milligan Street.[1][2]

Stafford Street is named after Ralph de Stafford, 1st Earl of Stafford. [1]


Route map:

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