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|Maintained by Halifax Regional Municipality|
Transportation & Public Works
|Length||13.1 km  (8.1 mi)|
|Trunk 1 / Trunk 2|
|South end||Hwy 111 / Windsor Street|
| Trunk 7 (Dartmouth Road)|
Trunk 2 (Hammonds Plains Road)
|North end||Hwy 101 / Hwy 102|
The Bedford Highway is a highway in the Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia that is part of Trunk 2. It runs around the western side of the Bedford Basin. The highway starts at the Windsor Street intersection on the Halifax Peninsula and passes by the communities of Fairview, Rockingham, and Bedford, where it becomes part of Trunk 1 to Highway 101 .
Historically the Bedford Highway was part of the route from Halifax to Windsor, but also formed the first stage of a journey to Truro, with Sackville's Twelve Mile House staging inn marking the start of the Truro road.  The never-completed Annapolis Road also began on the Bedford Highway, at today's intersection with Kearney Lake Road, which is believed to partly follow the alignment of the early road. 
The entire route is located in Halifax Regional Municipality.
|Halifax||0.0||0.0||Lady Hammond Road|
Hwy 111 east / Windsor Street (Trunk 2 south) – MacKay Bridge, Dartmouth
|Windsor Street Exchange; south end of Trunk 2 concurrency; continues as Lady Hammond Road|
|0.5||0.31||To Trunk 3 / Hwy 102 / Joseph Howe Drive||Interchange|
|4.0||2.5||Kearney Lake Road|
|5.9||3.7||Larry Uteck Boulevard|
|8.3||5.2||Hammonds Plains Road (Route 213 west)|
|11.0||6.8||Dartmouth Road (Trunk 7 east) – Dartmouth|
|11.2||7.0||Trunk 2 north (Rocky Lake Drive) – Waverley||Trunk 1 eastern terminus; north end of Trunk 2 concurrency; south end of Trunk 1 concurrency|
|1G/H||Hwy 102 – Airport, Truro, Halifax||Signed as exits 1H (north) and 1G (south); exit 4A/B on Hwy 102|
|1K||Trunk 1 west (Cobequid Road) – Lower Sackville||Eastbound exit, westbound entrance; north end of Trunk 1 concurrency|
|—||Hwy 101 west – Windsor, Annapolis Valley||Continues as Hwy 101|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
Bedford is a former town and current urban community of the Halifax Regional Municipality, in Nova Scotia, Canada. It was an independent town from 1980 to 1996. Bedford is on the northwestern end of Bedford Basin, an extension of the Halifax Harbour, which ends just before Nova Scotia Highway 102 and the Bedford Bypass, next to Lower Sackville. Bedford is at the junctions of Trunks 1, 2, and 7.
Lower Sackville is a suburban community of the Halifax Regional Municipality in Nova Scotia, Canada. It lies approximately 27 km (17 mi) by road from Downtown Halifax.
Middle Sackville is a suburban community located in the Halifax Regional Municipality in Nova Scotia, Canada. The community was named after George Germain, 1st Viscount Sackville.
Highway 101 is an east-west highway in Nova Scotia that runs from Bedford to Yarmouth.
Highway 102 is a north-south highway in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia that runs from Halifax to Onslow, immediately north of the town of Truro. It is the busiest highway in Atlantic Canada.
Highway 107 in Nova Scotia runs through the eastern suburbs of the Halifax Regional Municipality, from the Burnside Industrial Park in Dartmouth to an intersection with Trunk 7 in Musquodoboit Harbour. It is 43.2 km (26.8 mi) long, and is mostly two lane, controlled access highway.
Rockingham is a community located in Nova Scotia, Canada that is part of the Halifax Regional Municipality.
Nova Scotia Trunk 7 is part of the Canadian province of Nova Scotia's system of Trunk Highways. The route runs from Bedford to Antigonish, along the Eastern Shore for a distance of 269 kilometres (167 mi). Part of Trunk 7 is known as the Marine Drive.
Trunk 1 is part of the Canadian province of Nova Scotia's system of Trunk Highways.
Trunk 2 is part of the Canadian province of Nova Scotia's system of Trunk Highways. The route runs from Halifax to Fort Lawrence on the New Brunswick border. Until the 1960s, Trunk 2 was the Halifax area's most important highway link to other provinces, and was part of a longer Interprovincial Highway 2 which ended in Windsor, Ontario. The controlled access Highway 102 and Highway 104 now carry most arterial traffic in the area, while Trunk 2 serves regional and local traffic.
Nova Scotia Trunk 3 is an east-west trunk highway in Nova Scotia. The route runs from Halifax to Yarmouth, along the South Shore. Trunk 3's status as an important regional highway link has been superseded by the parallel Highway 103.
The Bedford Bypass, internally designated as Trunk 33, is a highway in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.
The 100-Series Highways are a series of arterial highways in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.
The Glooscap Trail is a scenic roadway in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.
Fairview is a current community within the urban area of Halifax in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Windsor Junction is a suburban community in Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia, Canada. It is located approximately 22 km (14 mi) north west of Downtown Halifax and approximately 3 km (1.9 mi) north of the Bedford Basin near the communities of Fall River, Lower Sackville, and Waverley.
Halifax, Nova Scotia, is a major multi-modal transportation centre for freight and passengers in Atlantic Canada. Halifax, formally known as the Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM), is the capital and largest municipality of the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.
Hammonds Plains, Upper Sackville and Beaver Bank is a planning area in the Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia. The area wraps from Exit 5 on Highway 103 to the west of the urban core of Halifax, and runs north and east, wrapping clockwise around the harbour along the Hammonds Plains Road, Lucasville Road and Sackville Drive, through Upper Sackville to Beaverbank.
Dunbrack Street is a 9.2 km (5.7 mi) arterial road in Mainland Halifax, Nova Scotia. It runs from Route 306 in Spryfield to Kearney Lake Road in Rockingham. Prior to 2019, Dunbrack Street ran from Kearney Lake Road in Rockingham to Main Avenue in Fairview. The remaining section was named Northwest Arm Drive until 2019. The former Northwest Arm section is assigned Trunk 32 by the provincial transportation department as an unsigned highway.