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The highway curves northeast and follows a power transmission corridor to Highway 409, which merges with the mainline and forms the collector lanes.It returns to its eastward route through Toronto, now carrying 12–16 lanes of traffic on four carriageways.To avoid confusion between carriageways, blue signs are used for the collector lanes and green signs for the express lanes.Unlike the collector lanes, which provide access to every interchange, the express lanes only provide direct access to a select few interchanges.In addition, Highway 401 was equipped with a traffic camera system called COMPASS in early 1991.Using closed-circuit television cameras, vehicle detection loops and LED changeable-message signs, COMPASS enables the MTO Traffic Operations Centre to obtain a real-time assessment of traffic conditions and alert drivers of collisions, congestion and construction.These three sections of highway were 11.8, 54.7 and 41.2 km, (7.3, 34.0 and 25.6 mi), respectively.
At the end of 1968, the Gananoque–Brockville section was bypassed and the final intersection grade-separated near Kingston, making Highway 401 a freeway for its entire 817.9-km length.
The second 43.7 km (27.2 mi) system passes through the centre of Toronto and ends in Pickering to the east.
Progressing eastward, eight lanes are carried beneath the large spaghetti junction at Highway 427.
is a controlled-access 400-series highway in the Canadian province of Ontario.
It stretches 828.0 kilometres (514.5 mi) from Windsor in the west to the Ontario–Quebec border in the east.
Access between the two is provided by transfers, which are strategically placed to prevent disruptions caused by closely spaced interchanges.