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List of numbered roads in Peel Region

Peel Road 20 sign on The Queensway in Mississauga

This page lists all of the numbered regional roads in Peel Region, Ontario.[1]

Number Names Western/southern terminus Eastern/northern terminus Major communities/neighborhoods Comments
Mississauga Road, Erin Mills Parkway Interchange with Queen Elizabeth Way (Exit 126) RR 11 Mississauga, Erin Mills, Streetsville, Meadowvale, Huttonville, Brampton, Cheltenham, Belfountain The Regional Road 1 designation changes from Erin Mills Parkway to Mississauga Road at the intersection with Turner Valley Road, bypassing the southern portion of Mississauga Road which is a secondary arterial. Continues as a minor road north of RR11 via Forks of the Credit Road but not as Peel Regional Road 1 and ends at Caledon Lake Forest in Orangeville.
Finch Avenue Interchange with Highway 427 (boundary between Peel Region and the City of Toronto) RR 15 Malton, Claireville The shortest regional road at 2 km. in length. Continues east of Highway 427 into Toronto
Britannia Road Interchange with Highway 407 (Exit 28), (boundary with Halton Regional Municipality, continues as Halton RR 6) Hurontario Street (formerly Highway 10) Mississauga, Streetsville, Meadowvale Continues east of Hurontario Street under the jurisdiction of the City of Mississauga

Dixie Road Lakeshore Road (formerly Highway 2) RR 12 Mississauga, Lakeview, Brampton, Bramalea Passes by Toronto Pearson International Airport to the east; Regional jurisdiction terminates at the Region's first roundabout and continues north as Horseshoe Hill Road under the jurisdiction of the Town of Caledon. Road is named for the former Village of Dixie (at Dundas Street and Cawthra Road) and settler Dr. Beaumont Dixie.[2] Double-designated as Veterans Memorial Roadway since 2016.[3]
Derry Road Interchange with Highway 407 (Exit 31), (boundary with Halton RM), continues as Halton RR 7 Highway 427 (boundary with the City of Toronto), continues as Rexdale Boulevard Mississauga, Malton, Meadowvale Passes by Toronto Pearson International Airport to the north.
Embleton Road, Queen Street West RR 19 (Winston Churchill Road), (boundary with Halton RM), continues as 5 Sideroad McMurchy Avenue Huttonville, Brampton Has a small diversion/concurrency with RR 1; continues east of McMurchy Avenue under the jurisdiction of the City of Brampton as Queen Street West, resumes Regional jurisdiction at Highway 410 as Regional Road 107
Airport Road Interchange with Highway 427 (boundary with the City of Toronto), continues as Dixon Road Highway 9 (boundary with Dufferin County, continues as Dufferin CR 18) Mississauga, Malton, Brampton, Tullamore, Caledon, Sandhill, Caledon East, Mono Road, Mono Mills Travels from Toronto Pearson International Airport up through the Caledon Highlands to Highway 9
The Gore Road Peel RR 50/York RR 24 Highway 9 Brampton, Clairville, Sunset Corners, Ebenezer, Wildfield, Caledon, Macville Named after the former township of Toronto Gore. Spurs off Highway 50 just north of Steeles Avenue and travels up to Highway 9
King Street Peel RR 19/Halton RR 25 CaledonKing Townline (boundary with York Regional Municipality, continues as York RR 11) Caledon, Terra Cotta, Victoria, Sandhill, Macville, Bolton
Bovaird Drive East Interchange with RR 107 and Highway 410 RR 7 Bramalea, Brampton Continues east of Airport Road as Castlemore Road under the jurisdiction of the City of Brampton
Bush Street, Forks of the Credit Road Intersection with Wellington CR 25/Peel RR 19 (boundary with Wellington County, continues as Wellington CR 52) Highway 10 Sligo, Forks of the Credit Caledon, Belfountain, Near the Forks of the Credit Provincial Park
Olde Baseline Road Intersection with Wellington CR 25/Peel RR 19 (boundary with Wellington County) RR 7 Caledon, Inglewood, Mono Road
Mayfield Road Intersection with Wellington CR 25/Peel RR 19 (boundary with Halton RM), continues as Halton RR 23 Intersection with Peel RR 50/York RR 24 Brampton, Alloa, Snelgrove, Mayfield, Tullamore, Wildfield, Tormore Acts as the boundary between Brampton and Caledon except for a portion centred around Hurontario Street; continues past Regional Road 50 as Albion-Vaughan Road under the jurisdiction of the Town of Caledon
Steeles Avenue Intersection with Peel RR 19 and Halton RR 8 (boundary with Halton RM, continues as Halton RR 8) RR 50 (boundary with the City of Toronto) Brampton, Clairville Continuation of Steeles Avenue in Toronto.
Kennedy Road RR 15 RR 107 Brampton, Caledon & Mississauga Continues north and south under the jurisdiction of the City of Brampton, then runs south up to Central Parkway East, Mississauga. Named for former local MPP and Premier of Ontario Thomas Laird Kennedy.
Cawthra Road Lakeshore Road (formerly Highway 2) Interchange with Highway 403 and Eastgate Parkway (Exit 121) and Queen Elizabeth Way (Exit 134) Mississauga, Lakeview, Dixie Named for settler Joseph Cawthra.
Mavis Road RR 15 Highway 407 Brampton, Mississauga Continues south of Highway 407 under the jurisdiction of the City of Mississauga; continues north of Steeles Avenue West as Chinguacousy Road under the jurisdiction of the City of Brampton
Halton_Regional_Road_19 (Peel Regional Signs Used) Winston Churchill Boulevard, Adamson Street, King Street Lakeshore Road in Mississauga Intersection with Wellington CR 52 (boundary with Wellington County, continues as Peel RR 19/Wellington CR 25) until Beech Grove Sideroad Terra Cotta, Norval, Georgetown, Oakville, Halton Hills, Erin, Ontario Named after Sir Winston Churchill, former British Prime Minister during the Second World War. Acts as the boundary between Peel Region and Halton Region and between Peel Region and Wellington County, except for the section between Steeles Avenue to Dundas Street, as the Region line moves west and the road is fully in Peel Region (Mississauga).
Queensway Mavis Road Etobicoke Creek (boundary with the City of Toronto) Mississauga, Cooksville Continues west of Mavis Road under the jurisdiction of the City of Mississauga
Old Church Road RR 7 RR 50 Caledon, Caledon East, Albion, Cedar Mills Continues east of Regional Road 50 under the jurisdiction of the Town of Caledon
Caledon-East Garafraxa Townline Dufferin RR 23 (B-Line) RR 136 Caledon, Orangeville Acts as the boundary between Peel Region and Dufferin County
Charleston Sideroad Peel RR 19/Wellington CR 25 (boundary with Wellington County, continues as Wellington CR 124) RR 7 Caledon, Cataract, Coulterville Segment east of Highway 10 formerly designated as Regional Road 11; segment west of Highway 10 formerly designated as Highway 51 from April 13, 1938, until 1962, when Highway 24 was extended along this road to Highway 10 while Old Highway 24 alignment became Highway 136. Highway 51 was fully paved in 1947. It bears no relation to the second incarnation of Highway 51, near Rondeau Provincial Park.
Peel Regional Road 50, Queen Street Overpass of Highway 427 (boundary with the City of Toronto), continues southeast as Albion Road Highway 9 (Boundary with Simcoe County, continues as Simcoe CR 50) Clairville, Sunset Corners, Brampton, Bolton, Cedar Mills, Palgrave Formerly Highway 50. South of Bolton, it forms the border between Peel Region and York Region, and therefore the road is sometimes referred to as York Regional Road 24.
Bovaird Drive, Queen Street East RR 19 (continues into Halton RM as Highway 7) RR 50 (boundary with York RM (continues as York RR 7)) Norval, Mount Pleasant, Brampton, Bramalea Formerly Highway 7. Follows two separate concession roads.
Main Street, Queen Street, Porterfield Road RR 24, continues as Cataract Road under the jurisdiction of the Town of Caledon Orangeville Town Limits, continues as Townline Caledon, Cataract, Coulterville, Alton, Orangeville Original Highway 24 alignment from April 13, 1938, to 1962. Highway 136 from 1962 to April 1, 1997. Fully paved by 1966, first from Cataract to Alton in 1964, then from Alton to Orangeville.
Emil Kolb Parkway, Coleraine Drive RR 14 RR 50 Bolton Mostly a purpose-built bypass of Bolton, but incorporates a section of the pre-existing Coleraine Drive

See also

References

  1. ^ "Map of Peel Regional Roads" (PDF). Peel Region. August 2015. Retrieved 2018-09-16.
  2. ^ "-ʤ- Dance Classes: Dixie Road". Archived from the original on 2012-03-13. Retrieved 2013-06-14.
  3. ^ "New Peel road signs pay tribute to Canada's Armed Forces veterans". Brampton Guardian. May 10, 2016.
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