Stretching from Victoria, British Columbia, to St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Trans-Canada Highway is a marvel of modern engineering and a testament to Canada’s vastness. The highway, completed in 1971 after more than two decades of planning and construction, covers a distance of nearly 7,604 km, making it the longest national highway in the world. It connects Canada’s ten provinces and passes through some of its most stunning landscapes, including rugged mountains, pristine lakes, and dense forests. The Trans-Canada Highway remains integral to Canada’s transportation infrastructure, serving as a vital link between its major cities and communities. It has been a significant factor in the development and growth of these regions, facilitating trade, tourism, and economic activities. Besides being a practical means of transportation, the highway also offers a scenic route that showcases the diversity and beauty of Canada’s landscape, attracting millions of tourists every year.
This map shows cities, towns, rivers, lakes, Trans-Canada highway, major highways, secondary roads, national parks, provincial parks, historic sites, ecological reserves, Indian reservations, regional parks, campgrounds, airports, ferries, tourism visitor reception centers and rest areas in Northern Saskatchewan.
This map shows Saskatchewan’s cities, towns, rivers, lakes, Trans-Canada highways, major highways, secondary roads, winter roads, railways, and national parks.
This map shows cities, towns, highways, main roads, secondary roads, rivers, lakes, national parks, and provincial parks in Manitoba.
This map shows cities, towns, rivers, lakes, the Trans-Canada highway, major highways, secondary roads, winter roads, railways, and national parks in British Columbia.
This map shows cities, towns, rivers, lakes, national parks, major roads, minor roads, railways, and the Trans-Canada highway in Northern Ontario.
This map shows Canada’s provinces, territories, provincial and territorial capitals, cities, towns, highways, roads, trans-Canada highways, railways, and rivers.