- Manitoba Highway 18
Route information Maintained by Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation Length: 64.6 km (40.1 mi) Major junctions South end: ND 30 (Canada – United States border) near St. John, North Dakota North end: PTH 2 near Wawanesa Location Rural municipalities: Turtle Mountain, Riverside, South Cypress Towns: Killarney, Ninette Highway system ← PTH 17 PTH 19 →
Provincial Highway 18 (also known as Highway 18 or PTH 18) by the Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation is a Regional Transportation Advisory Committee RTAC Route of Manitoba is a north south highway in southern Manitoba. Beginning near St. John, North Dakota the route travels through Killarney and Ninette ending at Highway 2, 7.1 km southeast of Wawanesa. The RTAC route is capable of handling RTAC vehicles such as a truck, a truck and pony trailer, a truck and full trailer, a truck tractor and semi-trailer, an A-train, a B-train, or a C-train.
St. John, North Dakota Hwy 30 is the USA port of exit for travelers from the USA to Canada. The rural municipality of Turtle Mountain, Manitoba is located just south of the Turtle Mountains Provincial Park. At the junction with PR 341 is the unincorporated area of Lena just north of the U.S.–Canada border which provides the Canadian port of entry for travellers from the United States. PTH 3 demarks the historic Boundary Commission Trail route which connected western communities to the Rocky Mountains of British Columbia. It ran just south of the community. North-West Mounted Police used the trail, as they travelled west to the Rockies in an effort to tame the prairie. The town of Killarney in Manitoba's Westman Region is situated on the banks of the Killarney Lake. Killarney has been touted as Canada's best retirement community by Canadian Living Magazine. Agriculture is the main economic mainstay of this region in south Manitoba drawing 1,500 tourists to the lake and cottage country in the summer. The CPR intersects PTH 18 at Killarney. Ninette is featured north of Pelican lake and south of the small Bone Lake. Ninette Marina and the Yacht club Marina provides boat launch and harbour on Pelican lake, the largest water body of southwestern Manitoba. The CNR intersects PTH 18 at Ninette. Pelican Lake Agri Fair and The Pelican Lake Regatta are summer festivals at Ninette.
PTH 18: AADT: annual average daily traffic Intersection 1999 1995 1992 1989 AADT % Truck AADT % Truck AADT % Truck AADT % Truck PR 341 325 11.1 400 11.1 310 11.1 300 11.1 PTH 23 760 7.2 900 7.2 770 7.2 880 7.2 PTH 2 598 8.8 620 8.8 610 8.8 730 8.8
AADT annual average daily traffic which is an estimate of typical daily traffic for all days of the week over a one-year period.
— Source: Manitoba Highways and Government Services, Manitoba Highway Traffic Information System., 
Rural municipality Location Km Roads intersected Notes Turtle Mountain 0 ND 30 continues south on 10898 SR-30, St. John, North Dakota 8.3 PR 341 west 9.9 PTH 3 east – Crystal City, Pilot Mound, Morden Boundary Commission Trail 19.2 PTH 3 west – Boissevain, Deloraine, Melita Boundary Commission Trail Killarney 20.4 PTH 3 west 28.6 PR 253 east – Neelin, Pilot Mound Riverside 44.2 PTH 23 west – Minto, Elgin, Hartney Ninette 46.3 PTH 23 east – Baldur, Somerset, Lowe Farm South Cypress 64.6 PTH 2 – Souris, Glenboro, Holland Northern terminus junction with PTH 2 south of Wawanesa 1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
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- Manitoba government Official Highway Map
- AMM - Association of Manitoba Municipalities
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