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Erin Mills is a planned community or "new town", located in the western part of the city. Erin Mills was conceived, planned and developed by the Cadillac Fairview Corporation on 8,000 acres (32 km²) of farmland in the City of Mississauga. Erin Mills is an integrated residential, industrial and commercial community.

The six-lane mostly divided Erin Mills Parkway crosses Erin Mills in a more or less north-south direction. Winston Churchill Boulevard. also runs north-south to the west of the parkway. Most of the newer development is to the west of this road. The toll route Highway 407, located to the west, follows the western border running north-south. Highway 403 intersects the area west-east and serves as the main highway route to access the remainder of the Greater Toronto Area

The area is served by Mississauga Transit, Oakville Transit and commuter bus service via GO Transit. On the Milton GO line, the Erindale GO and Streetsville GO Stations, and to a lesser extent the Meadowvale GO Station, are used by Erin Mills residents for commuting into Toronto. Also, the Clarkson GO Station, located to the south on the Lakeshore West line is also used for the same purpose, although some on this line commute westward to Oakville, Burlington and Hamilton.

This page is based on the Wikipedia article of the same name.

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