Katimavik Road

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Katimavik Road is a street in western Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It was a principal road in the community of Katimivik, part of the city of Kanata prior to the amalgamation of Ottawa and its suburbs in 2001.

Katimavik Road starts at Eagleson Road, and continues westward past the Kanata Town Centre (which served as Kanata's city hall until the early 1990s) and then past Holy Trinity Catholic High School, the intersection with Castlefrank Road, and the Kanata Wave Pool before terminating at Terry Fox Drive just south of the Queensway.

The street continues after Terry Fox Drive under the name Palladium Drive, which takes it past Canadian Tire Centre (previously known as Scotiabank Place).

The Kanata Town Center on Katimavik Road is serviced by a Greyhound terminal as well as by several OC Transpo routes, most notably rapid transit route 61.

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Route map: Google

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