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Jerseyville Road – Hwy. 403 west from Hamilton to exit at Hwy. 52, north to first intersection, then left (west) for hamlet of Jerseyville (Reg. Rd. 217) or right (east) for Ancaster (Reg. Rd. 23).

King St. – parallels Main St.; one way westbound from downtown Hamilton to Hwy. 403, then becomes two-way.

Lakeshore Rd. – runs along shore of Lake Ontario from approx. 1km northeast of QEW (at end of North shore Blvd.), through Burlington and Oakville into Mississauga and Toronto.

Lincoln Alexander Parkway (The Linc) – 4 lane expressway running along the top of the escarpment from Hwy. 403 at Mohawk Rd. east to Mud St. in Stoney Creek.

Main St. – one way eastbound from Hwy. 403 through downtown Hamilton; westbound from Hwy. 403 is two-way. Mohawk Rd. – major street running along the top of the escarpment from Hwy. 403 east to Mud St. in Stoney Creek. (More or less parallels The Linc on city side of the escarpment.) After a short westbound run from Hwy. 403 becomes Rousseaux St., leading into Ancaster.

North Shore Blvd. – On Hamilton Harbour side of QEW runs along Hamilton Harbour, past Burlington Golf Course and LaSalle Marina/Park, almost to Woodland Cemetery. On the Burlington side of the QEW runs along Lake Ontario for about 1km east of the QEW (Exit 97) and then becomes Lakeshore Rd.

Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) – multilane expressway; starts at west end of Toronto, parallels the west end of Lake Ontario through Mississaugua, Oakville and Burlington, then turns east across Burlington Bay/ Hamilton Harbour, through Stoney Creek to Niagara Falls and Fort Erie (opposite Buffalo). Connects to Hwy. 403 for Hamilton.