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What is the Cycling Master Plan?
Mississauga’s Cycling Master Plan was approved by Council in 2010. It was created in support of the Strategic Plan, which envisions a “multi-modal” transportation system that will support walking, cycling, public transit, and driving. The Cycling Master Plan proposes to build a network of over 900 kilometres of on and off-road routes, and recommends several policies and programs to support and encourage cycling.
Why is Mississauga Updating its Cycling Master Plan?
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What can cycling do for Mississauga?
Cycling plays an important role in achieving Mississauga’s Strategic Plan vision of vibrant, safe, and connected communities. By developing a bicycle friendly city, we are working toward providing more transportation options to Mississauga residents and creating important facilities for recreation and exercise. Cycling supports active lifestyles, improves physical and mental health, protects our environment, provides access to public transit, and it is fun! Building bicycle friendly neighbourhoods that encourage more people to use bicycles may also contribute to our city’s prosperity by reducing traffic congestion, reducing transportation and health costs, contributing to vibrant neighbourhoods and encouraging spending at nearby local businesses.