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Winston Churchill Boulevard

Winston Churchill Boulevard
Adamson Street

Peel Regional Road 19
Halton Regional Road 19 (unsigned)
Wellington County Road 25
Winston Churchill Blvd. within Mississauga
Maintained by
City of Mississauga
Region of Peel
Wellington County
Town of Caledon
Town of Erin
Township of East Garafraxa
Length60 km (37 mi)
LocationMississauga
Brampton Oakville
Milton
Halton Hills
Caledon
Erin
South endLakeshore Road
Major
junctions
 Queen Elizabeth Way
Dundas Street
Burnhamthorpe Road
 Highway 403
Eglinton Avenue
Britannia Road
Derry Road
 Highway 401
Steeles Avenue
 Highway 7 / Guelph Street
King Street
Charleston Sideroad / Wellington County Road 124 (West)
North end East Garafaxa-Caledon Townline
Nearby arterial roads
← Ninth Line / Mountainview Road
Winston Churchill
Blvd.
Erin Mills Parkway /
Mississauga Road
 →
Aerial view of Winston Churchill Boulevard in Erin Mills, Mississauga

Winston Churchill Boulevard is a long north-south roadway that predominantly forms the western boundary of Peel Region with the eastern boundaries of Halton Region and Wellington County, in Ontario, Canada. The road begins at Lakeshore Road in the south at the boundaries of the City of Mississauga the Town of Oakville, and ends in Caledon at East Garafraxa-Caledon Townline. The road is named in honour of British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill.

The road is designated as Peel Regional Road 19 in the two segments where it forms Peel's boundary with the aforementioned divisions:[1]

Halton Region shares jurisdiction with the Region of Peel over segments of the road along the Halton-Peel boundary between Highway 407 and Mayfield Road and designates it as Halton Regional Road 19,[2] although only Peel Road 19 signs are posted. The Town of Halton Hills shares jurisdiction with the Region of Peel over the segments along the Halton-Peel boundary between Mayfield Road and 32 Sideroad. Wellington County shares jurisdiction with the Region of Peel over the segment between 32 Sideroad and Beech Grove Sideroad, and designates it as Wellington County Road 25. The remaining northerly segment between Beech Grove Sideroad and East Garafaxa-Caledon Townline is under joint jurisdiction between the Town of Caledon, Town of Erin and Township of East Garafraxa, where Winston Churchill forms the boundary between any two of these municipalities. The segment between Highway 407 and Dundas Street is entirely within Peel Region (the region line is shifted west to Highway 407 and 9th Line), and is under the jurisdiction of the City of Mississauga. Formerly, this section also formed the divisional boundary, but was changed due to municipal restructuring in 1974 resulting in transferring of the lands to the west to Mississauga.[3]

In the community of Norval, Winston Churchill Boulevard deviates westward to be situated entirely within Halton Region and is known as Adamson Street. Despite this, it is still signed exclusively as Peel Regional Road 19.

Within Terra Cotta, Winston Churchill deviates eastward to be situated entirely within the Town of Caledon. It is concurrent with Peel Regional Road 9 (King Street) for approximately 550 metres.

Public transit

In Mississauga, the road is served by MiWay routes 45 Winston Churchill (All Week) and 45A Winston Churchill (Peak only), both of which run from Clarkson GO Station to Meadowvale Town Centre.[4][5] The Mississauga Transitway's western terminus, Winston Churchill Station is located just north of Highway 403. In Brampton, 511 Züm Steeles (a bus rapid transit route) serves a short section of the road en route to the Lisgar GO station in Mississauga.[6]

References

  1. ^ "Map of Peel Regional Roads" (PDF). Peel Region. December 2007. Retrieved 2008-04-26. [dead link]
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-06-20. Retrieved 2012-08-28.((cite web)): CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ "Preserve Our Heritage: Lost Villages". Heritage Mississauga. Mississauga Heritage Foundation. Retrieved August 12, 2020.
  4. ^ "45 Winston Churchill Map" (PDF). mississauga.ca. City of Mississauga. 27 February 2017. Retrieved 14 February 2020.
  5. ^ "45A Winston Churchill-Speakman Map" (PDF). mississauga.ca. City of Mississauga. 27 February 2017. Retrieved 14 February 2020.
  6. ^ "Züm system map" (PDF). www.brampton.ca. 2014. Retrieved 4 February 2023.
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