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Roncesvalles Avenue is a north-south arterial street in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
It begins at the intersection of Queen Street West, King Street West and the Queensway running north to Dundas Street West. At its southern starting point, King Street West traffic continues northward onto Roncesvalles Avenue unless the traffic turns east or west onto Queen Street West or the Queensway.
The first mention of Roncesvalles Avenue in atlases of Toronto was in 1860.
The roadway was built to connect Queen Street with Dundas Street, then the main highway west. King Street West was extended to the foot of Roncesvalles in the 1880s.
The Queensway was built in the 1950s, although a small part of Queen Street west of Roncesvalles had already been built in the 1800s.
Businesses along Roncesvalles Avenue are organized into the "Roncesvalles Village Business Improvement Area".
The residential neighbourhood, formerly part of the former villages of Brockton and Parkdale, is today simply classified as Roncesvalles. Many of the businesses there serve the city's Polish population.
Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roncesvalles,_Toronto, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roncesvalles_Avenue