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Winnipeg's top 10 streets for traffic

75,000 drivers a day crawl along the city's busiest road -- Kenaston

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The 10 streets with the highest traffic volumes in Winnipeg during the survey period, ranked in descending order, were:

Kenaston Boulevard/Route 90, busiest at St. James Bridge;
Pembina Highway/Donald Street, busiest at Jubilee underpass;
St. Mary's Road, busiest south of the Norwood Bridge;
Portage Avenue, busiest west of Broadway;
Main Street, busiest at the Main Street Bridge;
Henderson Highway/Disraeli Freeway, busiest between Hespeler Avenue and Johnson Avenue;
Bishop Grandin Boulevard, busiest at the Fort Garry Bridge;
Lagimodiere Boulevard, busiest between Marion Street and Dugald Road;
McPhillips Street, busiest north of Inkster Boulevard;
Regent Avenue West/Nairn Avenue, busiest between Rouge and Peguis.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition October 31, 2003 $sourceSection$sourcePage

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