King's Highway 56 -   O N T   H I G H W A Y S

Highway 56 was downloaded in its entirety on April 1st, 1997.  It served the major highway connection between Highway 3 and Hamilton, Stoney Creek, and the QEW (via a continuation along Highway 20).


Highway 56 Trailblazer,

Image Courtesy Marc Lessard.

 

Southern Terminus:  Junction Highway 3 approx. 8 km east  of Cayuga

Northern Terminus:  Junction Highway's 20 & 53 at Elfrida in rural Hamilton

Length: 23.5 km

Multiplexes: None

Freeway: No

AADT (1994):  Highest:  10,700 from Binbrook Road northerly to Highway 20/53 junction;

                             Lowest:  4,600 from Highway 3 to the Haldimand-Norfolk - Hamilton Boundary.

Status:  Totally downloaded in 1997.  Now known as Haldimand-Norfolk Highway 56, and Hamilton Road 56.

Road Info:  Coming Soon!


Communities and Major Intersections located Along Highway 56 from South to North:

Proper Municipality Name Community Name Distance Intersection Name
In Haldimand-Norfolk County.  Highway 56 is now known as Haldimand-Norfolk Highway 56
City of Haldimand County ----- 0 km / 23.5 km King's Highway 3 (Talbot Road)
City of Haldimand County ----- 8.2 km / 15.3 km York Road (Haldimand-Norfolk Road 6)

Hamilton - Haldimand-Norfolk Boundary.  In Hamilton Highway 56 is known as Hamilton Road 56.  In Haldimand-Norfolk, Highway 56 is known as Haldimand-Norfolk Highway 56

City of Hamilton ----- --- Blackneath Road
City of Hamilton ----- --- Kirk Road
City of Hamilton Binbrook 17.2 km / 6.3 km Binbrook Road (Hamilton Road 65)
City of Hamilton Elfrida 23.5 km / 0 km Highway 20 (Hamilton Road 20, Upper Centennial Parkway) & Highway 53 (Rymal Road)

Highway 56 ENDS

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