Secondary Highway 529 - Secondary.OntHighways.com
Highway 529 is a retired alignment of Highway 69 that was bypassed circa 1960. Traffic volumes are low for its entire length, and this highway serves very little provincial purpose. There is no lower-tiered municipality to transfer this highway to, which is why it has remained in the provincial highway system for so long.
Southern Terminus: Junction Highway 69 2 km
north of Pointe Au Baril Station.
Northern Terminus: Junction Highway 69 just south of the Magnetawan River
Length: 25.7 km
Regions Served: Parry Sound District
AADT (2001): Highest: 420, from Highway 69 (south jct) to Highway 529A;
Lowest: 50, from Highway 529A to Highway 645.
Road Info: Highway 529 is in pretty good shape for its entire length (especially considering how low its traffic volumes are).
Communities and Intersections along and Highway 529 from South to North:
|Proper Municipality Name||Community Name||Distance||Intersecting Road|
|Township of the Archipelago||-----||0 km / 25.7 km||King's Highway 69|
|Township of the Archipelago||-----||6.8 km / 20.7 km||Secondary Highway 529A|
|Magnetawan Indian Reserve 1||-----||23.7 km / 2.0 km||Secondary Highway 645|
|Magnetawan Indian Reserve 1||-----||25.7 km / 0 km||King's Highway 69|
|Highway 529 Ends|
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