Princess Street is a major arterial road in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. As the main retail street of downtown Kingston, it is lined by many historic limestone buildings in the city's downtown core.
Princess Street begins at Kingston's current western city limits in Westbrook and ends at the downtown waterfront east of Ontario Street. Eastbound traffic is then carried by Ontario Street across the Lasalle Causeway to Barriefield. All of Princess Street and most of Ontario Street formed part of the Provincial Highway, the main highway from Windsor/Toronto to Montréal until a Kingston Bypass was constructed at the end of 1954. In the outlying western sections of the city, the road was known primarily as "Highway 2", with the Princess Street name gradually adopted as the urban area expanded west.
Coordinates 44°15'29.847" N -76°33'49.198" E