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Raymerville (2006 population 10,562) is a community in Markham, Ontario, Canada. The name “Raymerville” came from the community’s major collector road, Raymerville Drive. The name “Markville” came from the local major shopping mall, Markville Shopping Centre. The community is sometimes referred to as “Markville East” because it is located immediately east of Markville Shopping Centre.
The northern boundary of the community is located at 16th Avenue. The southern boundary is at Bullock Drive. Its western boundary is at McCowan Road. The eastern boundary is at Robinson river.
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|Brother Andre Catholic High School||Scores & Rank||Catholic Secondary Schools|
Public Transit The area is serviced by York Region Transit (YRT) Route 41 Markham Local, Route 45 Mingay and Route 301 Markham Express, providing easy access to Finch GO Bus Terminal. Centennial and Markham GO Stations serve the community, though geographically they are not located within the community’s boundaries.
Raymerville Drive is a major collector contour-shaped road that forms the backbone of the community. Most of the community residents rely on Raymerville Drive to get them to major arterial roads such as McCowan Road and Main Street Markham.
Raymerville Drive forms an U-shape, spanning across the community’s eastern end to its western end. The road connects to Carlton Road on its southwestern end, and Manhattan Drive on its northwestern end. The Carlton-Raymerville corridor is one of the most important road corridors in Markham as this corridor spans across large portions of the town, including the communities of Unionville and Raymerville – Markville East, and consequently, serves a large population within the town.
Raymerville Drive has two lanes throughout its entire route, and is part of the Neighbourhood Traffic Calming Zone program. The program is put in effect to discourage heavy traffic utilizing the corridor to connect from McCowan Road to Main Street.
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