Greater Toronto Postal Code Forward Sortation Areas Map
This map of Greater Toronto shows postal code forward sortation areas overlaid on a road map. Ideal for planning of deliveries, home services, sales territories, real estate... Read More
This map of Greater Toronto shows postal code forward sortation areas overlaid on a roadmap. Ideal for the planning of deliveries, home services, sales territories, real estate and much more. Base map features include all roads with major roads and highways labelled; neighbourhood names; railways; and high-level land use such as parks and recreation areas and industrial areas.
Postal Codes of the Greater Toronto Area are structured M1J, M4C 1A1, M4E 1G9, M4C 1N3, M5A, M4C 1V3, M4C 5S3, etc. The Greater Toronto Area is the most populous metropolitan area in Canada. The area consists of the central city of Toronto and the four regional municipalities which surround it: Durham, Halton, Peel, and York. Postal Codes of the Greater Toronto Area are L and M.
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This MapSherpa product highlights postal code zones in the Greater Toronto region. Areas bordered with prominent lines denote the postcode zones - forward sortation area, each of which is labelled clearly.
Postal Codes in Canada
Postal code maps grouped by forward sortation areas and local delivery unit describe postal codes of Canadian districts. These informative maps are perfect for service delivery, regional sales planning and sorting mails.
Forward Sortation Area
The term defines a geographical area where all postal codes start with the same three characters. The initial letter of forward sortation area denotes a particular ‘postal district’. The digit specifies if the FSA is urban or rural. If there’s a zero, that would indicate the area as a rural region. Whereas, all other digits indicate urban areas.
Structure of Canada Postal Codes
A postal code is a key tool in courier and mail shipping process. In Canada, the postal codes are structured in a way that when somebody looks out for a postal address within the country, the postal code follows the abbreviation for the province or territory. These codes are alphanumeric in nature that use both letters and digits and can be used to encode many more locations than the codes using only the numeric form.
Each postal code is associated with one or more mail delivery points. The average number of households served by a postal code is approximately 19, but the number can range from zero to 10,000 households.
About Publisher: MapSherpa
The product is created by MapSherpa, a map publishing and retail marketplace that provides secure digital map distribution at a global level and is recognised for its system of international distribution of print maps. The company has been actively working in distributing maps at a global level with established partners in the UK, US, Canada, Australia and mainland Europe. The company works with a team of professionals to raise the circle of accessing digital mapping content through technology for over 20 years.
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