Folded Dimensions: 4.75" X 9.75""
Open Dimensions: 41 W X 29.25 H
Date Location: Date code on the lower right corner of the northern Ontario side of the map.  At the bottom of the legend it reads- "Information compiled to January 1st, 1999".
Cover Description:  The cover has a white background with black text.  Four color photographs are featured in a 4" W X 5.25 H area as follows; Toronto Skyline, Elora Mill in Elora, Fall Colors - Algonquin Provincial Park, Winter Trails - Atikokan.  The provinces "1-800" number appears on the cover with ministry names.
Date Code: 99/830,000
Southern Ontario Scale: 1:700,000
Northern Ontario Scale: 1:1,600,000
Enlargement of Communities Scale: 1:250,000
Main Side Features: Map of Southern Ontario, Settlement Index - Southern Ontario, Enlargement of the Greater Toronto Area, Provincial Travel Information Centers, Map Scale (1:700,000 - main map and 1:250,000 - enlargement of communities), scale map and enlargements of 14 communities.
Opposite Side Features: Map of Northern Ontario, Settlement Index - Northern Ontario, User Guide, OPP Information, Legend, Map Scale, Distance Triangle, Provincial Travel Information Centers, Ontario Travel Information Number, Map Publications, Speed Conversion Chart, Radio Stations and enlargements of 10 communities.
Compiled By: Geomatics Office, Ministry of Transportation
Note: Lambert Conformal Projection, Standard Parallels 44 30' N and 53 30' N - Printed by the Queen's Printer for Ontario, 1999

User Guide
In 1997 and 1998 the Ontario Provincial Government transferred ownership of numerous
Provincial Highways to local municipal governments in an effort to economize and
and create a more efficient means to maintain the roads at a local level.  As a result
a large scale renumbering project was undertaken and a great deal of confusion
was created for the traveling public.
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