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BRT - Overview

Mississauga’s new transitway will provide east-west transit service on a dedicated corridor. The construction of the transitway is well underway with Phase 1 from the City Centre to Dixie Station expected to be open in spring 2014.

Phase 1:

Four new stations including Central Parkway, Cawthra Road, Tomken Road and Dixie Road will be operational in spring 2014. MiWay will transition onto the transitway and provide east-west service and north-south connections between City Centre Transit Terminal and Dixie Road.

Mississauga's new transitway Construction Map

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Travelling across Mississauga on this dedicated corridor will be more efficient and offer a more reliable service, bypassing congestion.

Final Completion 2017:

When fully complete, the 18 kilometre transitway will have 12 stations beginning at Winston Churchill Boulevard in the west and ending at Renforth Drive in the east.

BRT Project Full Map

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MiWay passengers and GO Transit bus riders will benefit from the transitway, a dedicated corridor parallel to Highway 403 from Winston Churchill Boulevard to Erin Mills Parkway, and the existing bus-only lane on Highway 403, connecting to Mississauga’s downtown core via Centre View Drive and Rathburn Road. The transitway will continue east along the dedicated corridor parallel to Highway 403, Eastgate Parkway and Eglinton Avenue to Renforth Station.


 

Benefits of the transitway Facts on Mississauga’s BRT Project  
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