Dundas Street(also known as Regional Road 5 west of Toronto, Ontario)is a major road connecting Toronto, Ontario, the capital of Ontario and the largest city in Canada to the more rural western Ontario and London, Ontario. It was originally used for military purposes, but it is now one of the long streets running through the metropolitan area of Toronto and London.
Route Description Edit
In Toronto, Dundas Street makes many winding turns and is therefore irregular. It passes many universities in Toronto before heading into Mississauga, Ontario, Oakville, Ontario and Hamilton, Ontario before heading 108 km through Western Ontario into London, Ontario.