Statistics for Downtown Brampton Body Content Transportation More than 50,000 vehicles pass through the intersection of Highway 7 (Queen Street) and Highway 10 (Main Street) in Brampton’s Centre of Commerce. More than 100,000 vehicles per day travel through major routes in Brampton. Regional Transit hub for Brampton Transit, VIA Rail, Go Rail and Go Bus. Financial Centre The downtown financial centre of Brampton includes the following major banks: RBC Financial, CIBC, TD, Canada Trust, Bank of Montreal, Scotia Bank and Trust, and the Business Development Bank of Canada. Daytime employment adds close to 6,000 persons. Community Events Home to popular summer and winter community events: Farmers’ Market (June until October, everySaturday morning 7 a.m. until 1 p.m.), Gage Park Skating Trail, Classic Cars and Legendary Stars in July, Rib 'n' Roll, Concerts in Gage Park, Shakespeare in the Garden Square, Flower City Parade, Art of Jazz Festival, Santa Claus Parade, New Year's Eve Festivities, and much more. Parking available for more than 1,900 vehicles in private and public facilities. Cultural Centre of the city, including the Rose Theatre, which hosted 786 events in 2009, with a total attendance of approximately 190,000. Shopping Centres & Venues 1.4 million square foot plus indoor shopping centre, Bramalea City Centre, including more than 300,000 square feet (23,225 square meters) of new retail space that opened in 2010. Attracts more than 12 million visitors a year. More than 450,000 square feet (41,820 square meters) of retail and other commercial space in the downtown area. Major hotels include the Holiday Inn, Days Inn and Best Western. Recreational Centres & Libraries More than 5,000 square-foot (4,600 square meters) YMCA, Brampton Public Library Branch, Brampton Tennis Club, and Historical Memorial Arena opened in 1950. In addition to the Rose Theatre, Downtown Brampton is also home of the Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA), Heritage Theatre, The Beaux Arts and the Theatre School.