|Maintained by Ministry of Transportation of Ontario|
|Length||137.3 km (85.3 mi)|
|History||Established September 1848|
Designated February 26, 1920
|South end||Northern terminus of Highway 410 – Caledon|
| Highway 9 – Orangeville|
Highway 89 – Shelburne
|North end||Highway 21 / Highway 26 – Owen Sound|
|Major cities||Owen Sound, Brampton|
|Towns||Markdale, Shelburne, Orangeville, Caledon|
Ontario Highway 10, also called King's Highway 10, is a provincial highway in Ontario, Canada. It is 136.6 kilometers (84.9 miles) long. The highway starts at the northern end of Highway 410 near Caledon. It then goes northwestward through the town of Orangeville, where it connects with the western end of Highway 9. It also passes through Shelburne, where it shares a road with Highway 89 briefly. The northern end of Highway 10 is in Owen Sound, where it ends with Highway 6, Highway 21, and Highway 26.
Sources[change | change source]
- Ministry of Transportation of Ontario (2010). "Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) counts". Government of Ontario. Archived from the original on July 6, 2011. Retrieved March 20, 2016.
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