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Photos shown in this table are arranged from South to North:

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City of Mississauga

Regional Municipality of Peel
Northerly view along Highway 10 approaching the former cloverleaf interchange with the QEW.  This interchange was reconfigured into a half diamond/half parclo configuration shortly after these photos were taken.

Photo taken: May 30th, 2007.

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City of Mississauga

Regional Municipality of Peel
View looking southerly at the former QEW cloverleaf interchange from just underneath of the structure.

Photo taken: May 30th, 2007.

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The QEW slices through the southern portion of Mississauga on its routing between Toronto and Fort Erie.  Click here for QEW images.
City of Mississauga

Regional Municipality of Peel
This view looks northerly from the QEW structure towards the northern part of the former QEW cloverleaf interchange.

Photo taken: May 30th, 2007.

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City of Mississauga

Regional Municipality of Peel
Directional sign for the ramp to the Hamilton bound QEW.

Photo taken: May 30th, 2007. 
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City of Mississauga

Regional Municipality of Peel
Southerly view towards the QEW cloverleaf interchange.

Photo taken: May 30th, 2007.

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Dundas Street carried the Highway 5 designation before 1997.  Click here for Highway 5 images.
City of Mississauga

Regional Municipality of Peel
View looking northerly along Hurontario Street towards the CP Rail overhead.  CP's Galt Subdivision was the only GO transit line to run all-day service outside of the Lakeshore Lines in the GTA.  All day service was tried on a trial basis between 1990 and 1996 before being discontinued under the Harris government.
Photo taken: March 28th, 2009.

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City of Mississauga

Regional Municipality of Peel
View looking southerly from the CP Railway overhead towards Dundas Street.  South of Dundas Street, Hurontario Street passes through a much older part of Mississauga, at the Lakeshore dating back to the old town of Port Credit before Toronto Township was amalgamated into the City of Mississauga.
Photo taken: March 28th, 2009.

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City of Mississauga

Regional Municipality of Peel
Northerly view along Hurontario from the CP Railway overhead.  Contrast the different styles of residential towers pictured.  The older red brick tower would likely date back to the 1970s, while the green glass structures were likely constructed in the 2000s.  In my opinion, both architectural styles are a little stale.
Photo taken: March 28th, 2009.

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City of Mississauga

Regional Municipality of Peel
View of condo towers that have popped up to the south of Square One.  This concrete and green glass style of condo tower is very popular in Mississauga and Toronto.  There has been quite a boom in condominium construction in the Greater Toronto Area during the past decade (2000s).
Photo taken: March 28th, 2009.

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City of Mississauga

Regional Municipality of Peel 
Two views as Highway 10 passes by Mississauga's iconic Absolute World Towers.  Absolute World won the prestigious Emporis Skyscraper Award for best skyscraper in 2012 for its unique and iconic design.  The towers have been completed since these photos was taken.

Photos taken: August 28th, 2010



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City of Mississauga

Regional Municipality of Peel
View looking northerly from the Burnhamthorpe Road.  Mississauga can attribute a lot of its success from the city's ability to attract high paying employers to set up shop within its boundaries.  Pictured here are towers from Deloitte, CIBC and the energy company Symcor.
Photo taken: March 28th, 2009.


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City of Mississauga

Regional Municipality of Peel
This view looks southerly from the Highway 403 interchange along Hurontario Street.  Mississauga has a surprisingly impressive Downtown Skyline -- particularly since it is very much a satellite city to Toronto.

Photo taken: March 28th, 2009.

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Immediately to the North of Mississauga's Square One Shopping Mall, is Highway 403, the City's principal east-west arteryClick here for Highway 403 images.
City of Mississauga

Regional Municipality of Peel
Overhead advanced signage for Highway 10 along Highway 403 in Mississauga.  This photograph was taken in 2004 before the HOV lanes were added to Highway 403.

Photo taken: August 1st, 2004.

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City of Mississauga

Regional Municipality of Peel
View looking southwesterly from the Highway 10 overpass over The 403.  Mississauga's 'skyline' is found predominantly to the south of Highway 403 contained between Hurontario Street and Mavis Road.   Notice the Mississauga City Hall in the centre of the photo.  Mississauga City hall was designed to look like a modern super farm, apparently a tribute to the acres of prime farmland the city has swallowed up.
Photo taken: March 28th, 2009.

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City of Brampton

Regional Municipality of Peel
Green signage greeting motorists at the end of the eastbound off-ramp from Highway 407 to Hurontario Street.

Photo taken: August 13th, 2006.
City of Brampton

Regional Municipality of Peel
This view looks northerly at the Hutchinson Farm Lane intersection just south of the Highway 410 interchange along Highway 10.

Photo taken: October 1st, 2012.

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel
Two incarnations of signage advising motorists of the upcoming Highway 410 interchange.  Since the highway was opened to traffic in 2009, the interchange has undergone three major signage overhauls.

Upper photo taken: June 6th, 2010.

Lower photo taken: March 19th, 2012.
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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel
Southerly view along Hurontario Street, looking south from the Highway 410 interchange.

Upper photo taken: June 6th, 2010.

Lower photo taken: October 1st, 2012.

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel
Two views looking northerly towards the Highway 410 interchange.  The lower photo shows the short section of Highway 10 that was by-passed by the new interchange project.

Upper photo taken: June 6th, 2010.

Lower photo taken: March 19th, 2012.

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel
Former northbound advanced signage for the ramp to Highway 10 North along Hurontario Street.  This diagram sign was removed when the overhead signage was erected during the fall of 2010.

Photo taken: June 6th, 2010.
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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel
Two views looking northerly across the Highway 410 overpass.  This collection of photos shows the varying lane configurations of this overpass.  When it opened during the fall of 2009, this overpass was striped with four through lanes in each direction.  It has since been narrowed twice and now has a single northbound lane for through movements for traffic continuing north along Highway 10 with a lane that develops for local traffic to access the Valleywood Subdivision.

Upper photo taken: June 6th, 2010.

Lower photo taken: October 1st, 2012.

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Town of Caledon

Regional Municipality of Peel
Northbound signage directing through traffic to continue northerly along Highway 10.  In the lower photo, note the use of a brown sign, seemingly to attempt to detract through traffic from entering the Valleywood subdivision.

Upper photo taken: June 6th, 2010.

Lower photo taken: October 1st, 2012.
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South of Highway 10, the former Highway 24 heads to Guelph, Cambridge and Brantford.  Click here for Highway 410 images.
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