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There are over 150 interchanges, numbered from west to east, on Highway 401 in Ontariomarker. Originally, the freeway had used sequential exit numbering, with roughly 128 numbered exits, before switching to the milemarker system, which in turn led to the present kilometer-based system after Canada's highways adopted the metric system.

Exit List

Division Location km Exit # Destinations Notes
Old New
Essex County Windsormarker 0.0 1Department of Highways, Ontario, Macdonald-Cartier Freeway (Highway 401), 1967; see also the 1964 edition 1 Ambassador Bridgemarker to USA Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
2.6 1b 13 Dougall Avenue – Detroit-Windsor Tunnelmarker to USA Westbound exit and eastbound entrance; former Hwy 3B
3.4 2 14 Former Hwy 98
Tecumseh 10.4 3 21
Lakeshoremarker
17.5 4 28
23.7 5 34
30.0 6 40
37.3 7 48
45.7 8 56 Former Hwy 2
Chatham-Kentmarker Tilburymarker 52.8 9 63 Former Hwy 2
Chathammarker 70.9 10 81 Bloomfield Road (CR 27) – Chathammarker
79.3 11 90
91.0 12 101
98.3 13 109 Former Hwy 21
106.2 14 117
Elgin Countymarker West Elgin 119.2 15 129
127.3 16 137 Former Hwy 76
Dutton/Dunwich 138.5 17 149
147.4 18 157
Southwold
154.1 164 Shedden, Port Stanleymarker
Middlesex Countymarker Londonmarker 166.7 19 177 Signed as exits 177A (south) and 177B (north)
173.2 183 Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
175.9 20 186 Wellington Road
176.8 187 Exeter Road former Hwy 135 - Westbound Exit Only
179.1 21 189 Highbury AvenueSt. Thomasmarker Former Hwy 126
183.6 194 Veterans Memorial Parkway Former Hwy 100
Thames Centre 185.5 22 195 Former Hwy 74
189.3 23 199
193.0 24 203 Former Hwy 73
198.5 25 208
Oxford Countymarker South-West Oxford, Ingersollmarker 206.0 26 216
208.5 27 218
South-West Oxford 212.2 222
219.8 28 230
Woodstockmarker
221.9 29 232 Former Hwy 59
225.3 235 Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
Norwichmarker
226.3 30 236
227.9 31 238 former Hwy 2
Woodstockmarker
Blandford-Blenheimmarker 240.1 32 250 Drumbo Road (CR 29) – Innerkip, Drumbo
Waterloo Region North Dumfries 257.9 33 268 Signed as exits 268A (east) and 268B (west) eastbound; former Hwy 97
Kitchenermarker, Cambridgemarker 265.0 34 275 Replaced Doon-Blair Road exit in the 1970s
267.9 35 278 Signed as exits 278A (east) and 278B (west) eastbound
Cambridgemarker 272.5 36 282
284 Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
276.5 286
Wellington County Puslinch
285.7 295 West end of Hwy 6 overlap
290.1 37 299 East end of Hwy 6 overlap
Halton Regionmarker Miltonmarker 301.9 38 312
310.1 39 320 Former Hwy 25
313.8 324
318.0 40 328
320.4 330A Signed as exit 330 westbound
320.4 330B Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
Peel Regionmarker Streetsvillemarker 322.7 333 Winston Churchill Boulevard
Mississaugamarker 326.1 41 336
329.6 340 Mavis Road
331.7 42 342 Hurontario Street Former Hwy 10
334.5 344 Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
334.5 344 Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
336.0 43 346
340.3-341.1 44
45
348 / Renforth Drive – Toronto Pearson International Airportmarker, Downtown Torontomarker Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
Torontomarker Torontomarker 341.1 350 Eglinton Avenuemarker Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
341.1 351 Carlingview Drive Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
341.1 45 352 Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
343.5 46 354
355 north / Belfield Road – Toronto Pearson International Airportmarker Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
346.0 47 356 Islington Avenue
347.4 48 357 Weston Road
348.9 49 359 Express exits 359 eastbound to Highway 400 only.
350.5 49A 360 Jane Street Ramps removed, access to Jane Street via Black Creek Drive.
352.0 50 362 Keele Street
354.0 50A 364 Dufferin Street, Yorkdale Road Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
354.8 51 365 Allen Road, Yorkdale Road
356.2 51A 366 Bathurst Streetmarker Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
357.3 52 367 Avenue Road Former Hwy 11A
359.0 53 369 Yonge Street Former Hwy 11
361.0 54 371 Bayview Avenue
362.9 55 373 Leslie Street
364.9 56 375 Downtown Torontomarker, Newmarketmarker
366.3 57 376 Victoria Park Avenue
367.6 58 378 Warden Avenue
369.2 59 379 Kennedy Road
370.8 380 Brimley Road south, Progress Avenue Eastbound exit and westbound entrance when travelling north on Brimley Road
371.6 59A 381 McCowan Road
373.2 60 383 Markham Road Former Hwy 48
375.0 60A 385 Neilson Road
376.5 61 387 Morningside Avenue
379.0 61A 389 Meadowvale Road
380.3 62 390 Signed as exit 392 (old 63) westbound
Durham Regionmarker Pickeringmarker 63A 394
64 397 Westbound exit and entrance
399
Ajaxmarker 65 400 Church Street Removed, exit replaced with nearby Westney Road interchange (Exit 401) in 1988
65 401 Replaced Exit 400 (Church Street) in 1988
66 403 Removed, exit replaced with nearby Salem Road interchange (Exit 404) in 2003
66 404 Replaced Exit 403 (Harwood Avenue) in late 2003/early 2004
Whitbymarker 67 410 Former Hwy 12
68 412
Oshawamarker 69 415 Replaced Exit 416 (Park Road) in 2009
69 416 Removed, exit replaced with nearby Stevenson Road interchange (Exit 415) in 2009
70 417 Westbound exit is via exit 418
71 418
72 419
Claringtonmarker 73 425
428 Holt Road Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
74 431
75 432
76 435 Bennett Road
77 436
78 440 , Bond Head
79 448 Newtonville Road (RR 18) – Newtonville
Northumberland County Port Hope 456 Wesleyville Road
80 461 Former Hwy 2
81 464 Former Hwy 28
Cobourgmarker, Hamilton 82 472
83 474 Former Hwy 45
Alnwick/Haldimand 84 487
Cramahemarker 85 497
Brightonmarker 86 509 Former Hwy 30
Hastings Countymarker Quinte West 87 522
88 525 Former Hwy 33
89 526
90 538
Bellevillemarker
91 543 Signed as exits 543A (south) and 543B (north); former Hwy 14
92 544
Tyendinagamarker 93 556
94 566
95 570
Lennox and Addington Countymarker Greater Napaneemarker
96 579 Former Hwy 41
97 582
Loyalistmarker 98 593 Former Hwy 133
99 599
Frontenac County Kingstonmarker 100 611 Former Hwy 38
101 613 , Sydenhammarker
615 Sir John A. Macdonald Boulevard – Kingstonmarker
102 617
103 619 Montreal Street (CR 11) – Kingstonmarker, Batterseamarker
104 623
105 632
Leeds and Grenville United Counties Gananoquemarker, Leeds and the Thousand Islands 106 645 Former Hwy 32
107 647 Thousand Islands ParkwayIvy Lea, Rockport Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
Leeds and the Thousand Islands 107 648 Eastbound exit is via exit 647
108 659
109 661
to U.S.A.marker
Front of Yonge 110 675 Mallorytown Road (CR 5) – Mallorytown, Athensmarker, Rockport
Elizabethtown-Kitleymarker 110A 685 Thousand Islands Parkway Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
111 687 Former Hwy 2
Brockvillemarker 112 696 Former Hwy 29/ Hwy 42
113 698 North Augusta Road – Brockvillemarker, North Augustamarker
Augustamarker 114 705 Maitland Road (CR 15) – Maitland, Merrickvillemarker
Prescottmarker 115 716 Edward Street (CR 18) – Prescottmarker, Domvillemarker
Edwardsburgh/Cardinalmarker 721A Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
116 721B – USA, Johnstownmarker, Kemptvillemarker, Ottawamarker Signed as exit 721 westbound
117 730
Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry United Counties South Dundasmarker 118 738
119 750 Former Hwy 31
120 758 Upper Canada Road
South Stormontmarker 121 770
122 778 Moulinette Road (CR 35) – Long Saultmarker
786 Power Dam Drive (CR 33) – Cornwallmarker Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
Cornwallmarker 123 789 to USA
124 792 McConnell Avenue – Cornwallmarker
125 796 Boundary Road (CR 44) – Cornwallmarker
South Glengarrymarker
126 804
127 814 Former Hwy 2 / Hwy 34
128 825


Proposed extension into Michigan

As part of the Detroit River International Crossing project, the following interchanges are planned on a western extension of Highway 401 to the Ambassador Bridgemarker. They are only conceptual, and vary considerably between alternatives; the below is a rough combination of all alternatives. This concept plan was put forth by the Detroit River International Crossing, with significant input from the Windsor City Council, and has been named the "GreenLink" proposal.

However, on May 1, 2008, there has been a proposed extension of Highway 401 which would be named the Windsor-Essex Parkway. It would run parallel alongside the Highway 3 going north and going west along the E.C. Row Expressway towards a new inspection plaza and river crossing in West Windsor. This project will cost about $1.6 billion but the parkway will put heavy trucks off local streets and there will be several tunnels so local residents can cross over the parkway with ease.

Division/County Municipality/City Destinations Notes
Waynemarker Detroitmarker
Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
crosses the Ambassador Bridgemarker into the U.S.A.marker
Essex Windsormarker Malden Road Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
E.C. Row Expressway, Ojibway Parkway, Huron Church RoadAmbassador Bridgemarker
Windsormarker, La Sallemarker Cabana Road, Todd Lane
Howard Avenue
Windsormarker, Tecumseh
Eastbound exit and westbound entrance


Other planned interchanges

The reconstruction of Highway 401 in Mississaugamarker is expected to add several interchanges in order to serve that fast-growing region.

Another widening project throughout Oshawamarker will see old interchanges closed in favour of newer ones. Construction is currently underway for a new interchange (exit 415) at Stevenson Road in Oshawa. This upgrade with new ramps and bridges will provide easier access to the General Motors plant and the Oshawa Centre Mall. It will replace the outdated Park Road interchange (exit 416) that was be closed off in late May 2009.

After 407 ETR gets extended east to Highways 35/115, two other freeways will be built linking the 407 and the 401 together;

An interchange is in the planning stages for Lakeridge Road (Durham Road 23) once Highway 401 continues to widen east of Ajax with an Environmental Assessment and when the Durham West interchange is in place.

A new interchange at Wonderland Road in Londonmarker is planned to be built around 2015.

References

General



Specific

  1. Ministry of Transportation of Ontario, 2004 Annual Average Daily Traffic
  2. Rolph-Clark-Stone Limited, Metropolitan Toronto and Vicinity, from the map of Ontario, published 1964 by Shell Oil
  3. H.M. Gousha Company, Toronto and Vicinity, from the map of Ontario, published 1972 by Texaco
  4. Detroit River International Crossing, Maps, accessed September 2007
  5. The Windsor Star
  6. The Detroit River International Crossing Study Team Announces Preferred Access Road



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