Comment 111937

By matthewsweet (registered) | Posted June 02, 2015 at 21:38:07 in reply to Comment 111936

A "restricted" provincial highway is a 400 series freeway or a highway like #11 near Orillia that has ramps and is divided. #6 from the 403 up to #5 is a good example too. The type where there are signs up that indicate no pedestrians or cyclists allowed. "Unrestricted" highways would include #6 north of #5, a highway that has side street stop sign access, traffic signals etc, and on these types of highways shoulders can now be paved and designated as cyclist operating areas legally.

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