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Kipling Station - Subway Platform to 55 Rocky Point Crescent, Brampton, ON L6V 4S7 - Google Maps

Start Kipling Station - Subway Platform Canada End 55 Rocky Point Crescent, Brampton, ON L6V 4S7 When 12-09-22 after 12:58pm Duration 1 hour 54 mins total Kipling Station - Subway Platform Canada Walk to Kipling Station Kipling Station (Stop ID: 14722) Bus - 191 - Highway 27 Rocket towards 191 Highway 27 Rocket Towards Steeles Via Humber College Humber College Blvd at Humberline Dr (Stop ID: 07860) Walk to Humber College Blvd opp Humberline Dr Humber College Blvd opp Humberline Dr Bus - 11 - Steeles towards 11 Steeles Westbound Kenview Blvd at Goreway Dr Walk to Goreway Rd at Kenview Blvd Goreway Rd at Kenview Blvd Bus - 5 - Bovaird towards 5 Bovaird West Bovaird Dr E at Heart Lake Rd Walk to 55 Rocky Point Crescent, Brampton, ON L6V 4S7 Beta: Use caution – This route may be missing sidewalks or pedestrian paths. 1. Head southwest on Bovaird Dr E/ON-7 W/Regional Road 10 W/Regional Road 107 toward Heart Lake Rd Turn left onto Southlake Blvd Turn left onto Rocky Point Crescent 61 m 2:05pm - 2:37pm (32 mins, 35 stops) About 16 mins 1:33pm - 1:48pm (15 mins, 11 stops) About 1 min About 1 min

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55 Rocky Point Crescent, Brampton, ON L6V 4S7

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