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Warden Avenue is a major north-south road in Scarborough, Ontariomarker, Canada.

Warden begins as a two-lane residential street two blocks south of Kingston Road, becoming a 4-lane road when it reaches Danforth Avenuemarker. North beyond the Toronto boundary at Steeles Avenue, the area becomes York Regionmarker, where Warden is also called York Regional Road 65. In Georginamarker, the road becomes Civic Centre Road.

Originally rural, it is now mainly residential along the road, with occasional commercial developments where it meets other major intersections, such as Eglinton Town Centre at Eglinton Avenuemarker and Bridlewood Mall at Finch Avenue; the Ashtonbee campus of Centennial Collegemarker is also located near the former. Industrial areas are being rezoned between Danforth and Eglinton, which were initially developed as World War II munitions plants.

Name

Warden Avenue is named after Warden House found on Warden Avenue in Markham, Ontario. It is the north-south lot division of lots 31 and 32, of the former Township of Scarbrough, and was surveyed in 1865.

Public transit

TTC bus routes that run along Warden Avenue include 68 Warden, 69 Warden South, 135 Gerrard, and 324 Victoria Park (Blue Night). Warden Stationmarker is located on St. Clair Avenue.

Route 68 starts at Warden Stationmarker and ends at an off-street loop just beyond Steeles Avenue. Route 68B travels into York Regionmarker. Night bus service is provided between Steeles and Sheppard, as well as at Danforth, as a connector between routes 300 and 302.

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