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Highway 400 (Ontario): Quiz


Question 1: Highway 400 was one of the original 400-series freeways, along with the ________ (QEW), Highway 401, and Highway 402.
400-series highways (Ontario)Highway 401 (Ontario)Highway 403 (Ontario)Queen Elizabeth Way

Question 2: Between Highway 401 and Highway 407, Highway 400 is one of the widest highways in the ________ without a collector-express system; the only full interchange is with Finch Avenue.
Greater Toronto AreaHamilton, OntarioOttawaLondon, Ontario

Question 3: Because the speed limit on Ontario ________ was raised in 1968 from 60 to 70 mph (97 to 110 km/h) it rendered this interchange obsolete shortly after its completion.

Question 4: The continued construction to Sudbury was subsequently reinstated by Harris' successor ________ in 2002.
George A. DrewMike HarrisErnie EvesBill Davis

Question 5: The King's Highway 400, more commonly known as Highway 400 or the 400, is a key north-south 400-Series Highway in the Canadian province of ________ that links the city of Toronto to the central and northern sections of the province.
QuebecBritish ColumbiaManitobaOntario

Question 6: This commitment was originally made in 1991 by the New Democrat government of ________.
Bob RaeDalton McGuintyDavid PetersonBill Davis

Question 7: Highway 400 had been completed up to Jane Street in 1966 (alongside the expansion of Highway 401) but plans to extend Highway 400 further south to the ________ had been shelved in the 1970s.
Gardiner ExpresswayLake Shore BoulevardBridle Path, TorontoGerrard Street (Toronto)

Question 8: Originally known as the Toronto-Barrie Highway, over the years the route has been widened and extended beyond ________ to its current terminus in Parry Sound (and its ultimate terminus in Sudbury).
OttawaLondon, OntarioBarrieHamilton, Ontario


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