The marker for the starting point of the Trans Canada Highway is located in downtownSt John's in Newfoundland, Canada where information signs and the creatively designed pavement are displayed. Mile 0 is shown on the signs along with the route the Trans Canada Highway takes across Canada, ending in Victoria, BC.
The highway runs for 4,894 miles between Newfoundland and British Columbia passing through ten provinces. Most people find the best time to travel the Trans Canada Highway is during the spring or summer as the weather can quickly change in some areas during the winter months.
Mile 0, the start of the Trans Canada Highway in downtown St John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Newfoundland Labrador, Canada.