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  Tod Highway (B90)

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The Tod Hwy acts as a connector from the Princes Hwy (NH-A1) to the halfway point of B100 on the Eyre Peninsula. It services a number of South Australia's small wheatbelt towns and localities and is of a rural road / rural highway standard. It is named after Robert Tod who explored the area in 1839. The route is used as a main access point for the grain terminals at Port Lincoln.

The Tod Highway's highest elevation along its length is 148m and the lowest point is at 51.7m above sea level.

Fountain to Kyancutta
(Northbound)
  Kyancutta to Fountain
(Southbound)
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Distance Sign:
RD sign near the intersection with the Flinders Hwy (B100) at Fountain. June 2007.

Image © Darrin Smith

  Distance Sign:
RD sign as you start along the Tod Hwy from Kyancutta, June 2007.

Image © Darrin Smith

     

Advance Directional Sign:
Approaching the intersection with the Birdseye Highway, which runs from Cowell to Elliston. June 2007.

The highway is named after Mrs Sylvia Birdseye, a pioneer bus operator in SA. This is the first South Australian highway to be named after a woman. 1 For more detailed information, click here.

Image © Darrin Smith

      Birdseye Hwy junction (B91) at Lock:
The intersection with the Birdseye Highway, which runs from Cowell to Elliston. June 2007.

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      Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign at Cummins as you approach the intersection with The Bratten Way. June 2007.

Image © Darrin Smith

      Southern Terminus:
ID sign assembly facing the Tod Hwy at Fountain as it meets the Flinders Highway (B100) at Fountain. June 2007.

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