Highway - Bus Lane

Bus Lane

Some countries incorporate bus lanes onto highways.

Country Highway Bus lanes (km) Section
Canada Ontario Highway 417 7 Eagleson Road – Ontario Highway 417 (Ottawa)
Canada Don Valley Parkway 0.458 shoulder converted as bypass lane from Lawrence Avenue East to York Mills Road
Canada Ontario Highway 403 6 Mavis Road – Winston Churchiil Blvd. (Mississauga)
South Korea Gyeongbu Expressway 137.4 Hannam IC (Seoul) ~ Sintanjin IC (Daejeon)

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