Pedestrian Master Plan

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About the project

Walking is a part of everyday life and is an efficient, cost effective and healthy way to travel around Mississauga. The City of Mississauga is developing its first ever Pedestrian Master Plan. The plan will shape how pedestrian connections are designed and implemented across our neighbourhoods, helping to enhance and create safe places for people to walk in Mississauga. The plan will act as a go-to reference for pedestrian infrastructure projects until 2041, supporting the City's commitment to a Vision Zero approach.

The project will:

  • review the City's existing pedestrian network, identifying gaps and opportunities for future infrastructure projects
  • identify key destinations for pedestrians (e.g. transit stops, schools, local amenities etc.)
  • analyse how growth and intensification will impact existing and future pedestrian infrastructure
  • set short, medium and long-term service delivery and project priorities
  • review best practices of pedestrian infrastructure and network design

The Pedestrian Master Plan project is being led by the City of Mississauga. A consultant team led by Urban Systems and supported by Dilion Consulting is providing specialized expertise in active transportation and community engagement.


Have your say

Help us make Mississauga a great place to walk! Get involved and share your thoughts using the tools below.


About the project

Walking is a part of everyday life and is an efficient, cost effective and healthy way to travel around Mississauga. The City of Mississauga is developing its first ever Pedestrian Master Plan. The plan will shape how pedestrian connections are designed and implemented across our neighbourhoods, helping to enhance and create safe places for people to walk in Mississauga. The plan will act as a go-to reference for pedestrian infrastructure projects until 2041, supporting the City's commitment to a Vision Zero approach.

The project will:

  • review the City's existing pedestrian network, identifying gaps and opportunities for future infrastructure projects
  • identify key destinations for pedestrians (e.g. transit stops, schools, local amenities etc.)
  • analyse how growth and intensification will impact existing and future pedestrian infrastructure
  • set short, medium and long-term service delivery and project priorities
  • review best practices of pedestrian infrastructure and network design

The Pedestrian Master Plan project is being led by the City of Mississauga. A consultant team led by Urban Systems and supported by Dilion Consulting is providing specialized expertise in active transportation and community engagement.


Have your say

Help us make Mississauga a great place to walk! Get involved and share your thoughts using the tools below.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    We're working to improve pedestrian connections in Mississauga. In our first survey, we asked you to share your experiences walking and/or rolling in our city. The results showcased the barriers that exist in our pedestrian network today: improper use of roadways, poor winter sidewalk and trail conditions, and unsafe intersections. Now, we ask for your input again, this time to help us refresh and confirm the priorities and criteria of the Pedestrian Master Plan. The survey will take roughly 10 minutes to complete. The deadline to take the survey is November 30, 2020. 

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The City of Mississauga is developing the City’s first Pedestrian Master Plan. The Plan will shape how pedestrian connections are designed and implemented in Mississauga. Please complete the following short survey to help us develop our plan.

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