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A brief history of Highway 401 in Toronto

from blogTO

When work began on what would become Highway 401 in 1946, no-one imagined what a monster it would become. The Toronto portion of the road, built as a four-lane, limited access express route between what is now Highway 427 and the Rouge River was supposed to be a high-speed bypass for through motorists. Drivers snarled by traffic lights and stop signs on old Highway 2 would be free to cruise uninterrupted over the north of the city, the province promised. more


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