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Mississauga Moves

Mississauga Moves Public Open House

We hosted our first Mississauga Moves public open house on November 16. Please check out the display panels we shared at the Open House here. If you have any questions or comments, please contact us.


Mississauga Moves Overview

The City of Mississauga is developing a Plan that will shape our transportation system and how we move from today to 2041. This is our chance to plan together for the future of travel on our roads, sidewalks, trails and transit.

Everyone has experience getting around the city and we would like to hear your ideas. Make your voice heard by:

  • Sharing the experience of Your Journey;
  • Telling us Your Ideas;
  • Mapping Your Hot Spots; and
  • Asking Your Questions.

Check out our video below, sign up and stay tuned for more ways to get involved!


Mississauga Moves Public Open House

We hosted our first Mississauga Moves public open house on November 16. Please check out the display panels we shared at the Open House here. If you have any questions or comments, please contact us.


Mississauga Moves Overview

The City of Mississauga is developing a Plan that will shape our transportation system and how we move from today to 2041. This is our chance to plan together for the future of travel on our roads, sidewalks, trails and transit.

Everyone has experience getting around the city and we would like to hear your ideas. Make your voice heard by:

  • Sharing the experience of Your Journey;
  • Telling us Your Ideas;
  • Mapping Your Hot Spots; and
  • Asking Your Questions.

Check out our video below, sign up and stay tuned for more ways to get involved!


Ask a question about Mississauga’s Transportation System. We’ll answer you, and post some responses so that everyone can learn together.

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  • Why isn't there a subway extension from Killing to Square One??? OR an extension of Eglinton Crosstown to Square One??? If you really want to take cars off the road, one of these extensions is the best way. Building a "Busway" across the city that goes nowhere is a terrible waste of time and money.

    JohnS asked 3 months ago

    Regional connectivity is a priority for Mississauga. In partnership with Metrolinx and neighbouring municipalities, the City of Mississauga seeks options for regional connection, such as the Mississauga Transitway that enables MiWay to run express bus services from Islington subway station to destinations in Mississauga, including Square One (route 109) and Meadowvale Business Park (route 108), as well as providing a congestion free path for regional GO Bus routes, including route 19 that connects Square One to the TTC subway service at Yorkdale.

    A subway extension west of Kipling was considered as part of the Dundas Connects project (a land use and transportation plan for Dundas Street) however future projected ridership in this corridor did not meet the threshold to make a subway financially viable. Metrolinx has initiated the Eglinton West LRT project, an extension of the Eglinton Crosstown from Mount Dennis Station to Pearson Airport, with connections to the Mississauga Transitway at the Renforth Station.  City of Mississauga staff are participating on the project team along with the City of Toronto, TTC and Greater Toronto Airports Authority. Extension of the Eglinton Crosstown to Pearson Airport is also included in the Metrolinx draft Regional Transportation Plan.Pearson Airport and surrounding area is the second largest employment centre in Canada outside of downtown Toronto, and frequent transit service is available from Pearson Airport to Square One.