Transit and Road Infrastructure Plan

Attend our virtual on-demand meeting. Learn about and share your input on the preferred transit and road network and how it will help the City to prioritize its investment in transportation infrastructure to meet the needs of Mississauga’s residents, workers and visitors today and in the future.

About the project

The Transportation Master Plan (TMP) was approved by Council in 2019 and is an overarching guide on the future of transportation in Mississauga. The City of Mississauga’s Transit and Road Infrastructure Plan (TRIP) is a city-wide plan that will address pressures and issues faced by Mississauga road users as they move throughout the city. The plan will develop a long-term transit network and a long-term road network, which will offer additional transportation infrastructure to support and encourage more modes of travel such as transit, cycling and walking. The plan will guide actions, policies and transportation investment in Mississauga over the next 20 years.

The TRIP will:

  • Review and summarize existing constraints in the transportation network
  • Review network connectivity as well as multi-modal integration at key locations (e.g. nodes, major transit station areas, mobility hubs, major transfer points)
  • Review the need and justification for the road capacity improvements the City has already identified in the Capital Plan
  • Examine and evaluate the range of potential transit priority, high-frequency, and rapid transit alternatives in the City
  • Assess potential people movement options to address congestion pinch points in the transportation network
  • Incorporate the principles of Vision Zero into transportation infrastructure improvement options
  • Prepare a strategy for identifying mode share targets
  • Assess the potential need and justification for additional rail grade separations in the City
  • Develop a prioritization and phasing plan for the recommended transportation infrastructure improvements

There will be opportunities for interested members of the public to provide input and feedback throughout the course of the project. Sign-up for project updates to stay informed and update to the status of the project.

Have your say

We want to hear from you! Share your feedback using the tools below.

Attend our virtual on-demand meeting. Learn about and share your input on the preferred transit and road network and how it will help the City to prioritize its investment in transportation infrastructure to meet the needs of Mississauga’s residents, workers and visitors today and in the future.

About the project

The Transportation Master Plan (TMP) was approved by Council in 2019 and is an overarching guide on the future of transportation in Mississauga. The City of Mississauga’s Transit and Road Infrastructure Plan (TRIP) is a city-wide plan that will address pressures and issues faced by Mississauga road users as they move throughout the city. The plan will develop a long-term transit network and a long-term road network, which will offer additional transportation infrastructure to support and encourage more modes of travel such as transit, cycling and walking. The plan will guide actions, policies and transportation investment in Mississauga over the next 20 years.

The TRIP will:

  • Review and summarize existing constraints in the transportation network
  • Review network connectivity as well as multi-modal integration at key locations (e.g. nodes, major transit station areas, mobility hubs, major transfer points)
  • Review the need and justification for the road capacity improvements the City has already identified in the Capital Plan
  • Examine and evaluate the range of potential transit priority, high-frequency, and rapid transit alternatives in the City
  • Assess potential people movement options to address congestion pinch points in the transportation network
  • Incorporate the principles of Vision Zero into transportation infrastructure improvement options
  • Prepare a strategy for identifying mode share targets
  • Assess the potential need and justification for additional rail grade separations in the City
  • Develop a prioritization and phasing plan for the recommended transportation infrastructure improvements

There will be opportunities for interested members of the public to provide input and feedback throughout the course of the project. Sign-up for project updates to stay informed and update to the status of the project.

Have your say

We want to hear from you! Share your feedback using the tools below.

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