Ontario Highway 5A
Ontario Highway 5A (1937–1953), as a former connecting link in Ontario, Canada's provincial highway system, bypassed portions of Ontario Highway 5 within what is now Toronto. There were two discontinuous segments:
- St. Clair Avenue from Ontario Highway 5 (Islington) eastward to Ontario Highway 11 (Yonge Street, Toronto).
- Eglinton Avenue from Victoria Park Avenue (then Dawes Road, Scarborough) eastward to Ontario Highway 2 (Kingston Road); renumbered as Highway 109 in 1953.
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