Manitoba Provincial Road 221

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Provincial Road 221

Rosser Road
Route information
Maintained by Manitoba Infrastructure
Length37 km (23 mi)
Major junctions
East end PTH 190 near Winnipeg
Major intersections PTH 101
West end PR 248 at Marquette
Rural municipalitiesRosser
Highway system
PR 220 PR 222

Provincial Road 221 (PR 221) is a provincial road in the Rural Municipality of Rosser, Manitoba, Canada. It runs northwest, from the junction of CentrePort Canada Way (PTH 190) and Sturgeon Road (near R.M.'s boundary with the City of Winnipeg) to the community of Marquette, alongside the main Canadian Pacific Railway line. PR 221 and the rail line share a grade-separated crossing at the Perimeter Highway (PTH 101).

Between PTH 190 and the Perimeter Highway, PR 221 has been incorporated into the CentrePort Canada road network. As such, it has recently received upgrades and now has RTAC status, allowing for full tractor-trailer access between PTH 190 and PTH 101.[1] Prior to the construction of CentrePort Canada Way, PR 221 linked with Inkster Boulevard (Winnipeg Route 25).[2][3] Until the 1980s, PR 221 previously extended west of Marquette to PTH 26 along with is now Jubilee Road.


  1. ^ "Manitoba Highway Classification System". Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation. Retrieved October 23, 2014.
  2. ^ "Almost $300 Million Highways Investment to Strengthen Manitoba's Major Trade Routes, CentrePort Canada". Government of Manitoba. June 18, 2010. Retrieved October 23, 2014.
  3. ^ "Inkster Street road widening work continues". Canstar Community News/Winnipeg Free Press. August 5, 2011. Retrieved October 23, 2014.

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