In Canada, the most popular highway, Highway 20, is home to one of the busiest intersections in the country.
Its two lanes are jam-packed with cars, buses, and trucks.
The busiest part of Highway 20 is the area of Highway 19 between Victoria and Guelph.
In fact, in 2016, just 4,634 vehicles passed through Highway 19 during peak hours, compared to 7,744 vehicles through the entire highway, according to Transport Canada.
Highway 19 also is a major intersection with an intersection in Vancouver.
Highway 20 has been designated as a priority highway for a few years.
But in 2018, the Government of Canada changed the designation to a National Priority Highway, meaning it’s the first highway designated to be priority for road maintenance and repairs.
Highway 18 and Highway 19 are not priority highways, but they are designated for special highway maintenance.
Highway 40 in Ontario has been listed as a high priority highway in Canada since 2015.
A spokesperson from Transport Canada said that the department is working with the federal government to change that designation.
“These changes were made to the highway designation to allow for improved safety and maintenance of the Highway 40 corridor,” said spokesperson Lauren MacPherson.
“As the Highway Traffic Act is amended to provide better clarity on this designation, the federal ministry is actively working with stakeholders to help make these changes to the existing designation.”
There are also a lot of new roads being built.
Highway 6 is the busiest highway in Ontario.
The province’s Department of Transportation and Infrastructure is working on a new highway to connect two major cities in Ontario, Oshawa and Milton.
The new highway will eventually link to Highway 5, the same highway currently under construction in Saskatchewan.
Ontario’s Transportation Minister Marc Garneau said in 2016 that he hoped the new highway would help reduce congestion in the province’s central cities.
Garneau added that he also wanted to be able to “build more highways,” but didn’t specify exactly what highways that would be.
Highway 5 and Highway 20 have been listed in priority status for some time.
Transportation Minister Garneau announced that the government was changing the designation in 2016.
He said he wanted to make sure that the highways were “accessible to everyone.”
Highway 4, Highway 7, Highway 17, Highway 40, and Highway 61 are also in the list of priority highways.
A 2016 study from the U.S. Transportation Department found that in the past five years, the busiest part in Canada has been Highway 21 between Windsor and Toronto, which is currently undergoing a major road reconstruction.
The study noted that highway 21, which was listed as being a “high priority highway” for years, was recently listed as having “the highest congestion rate of any highway in the western region of Canada.”
This means that when traffic gets heavy on Highway 21, the majority of people who drive on the highway have to be waiting for a vehicle to come through to get from their house to work.