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Typical speed limits are:

* 3050 km/h (2030 mph) within school and playground zones
* 4050 km/h (2530 mph) on residential streets within cities and towns
* 6070 km/h (3545 mph) on major arterial roads in urban and suburban areas
* 80100 km/h (5065 mph) on highways outside of cities and towns and urban expressways
* 100110 km/h (6570 mph) on freeways and rural expressways

Note that where more than one limit is given per road, it usually indicates a difference between provinces. However, within provinces, different roads of the same classification may have different speed limits. For example, in Alberta, some freeways have a limit of 100 km/h, while others have a speed limit of 110 km/h, but in Ontario, all freeways have a speed limit of 100 km/h unless posted as lower. Speed limits are generally lower in Ontario and Quebec on comparable roads than in other Canadian provinces. An example being rural, two-lane highways in Ontario having a standard speed limit of 80km/h, while comparable roads in other provinces having standard speed limits of 90100km/h. In general Canadian speed limits are much lower than on comparable roads in Europe or the U.S. Also, note that these speed limits are reduced by varying amounts within construction zones.



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