City building | January 18, 2022
The City of Mississauga and Metrolinx are working together to complete environmental assessment approvals for the Dundas Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Mississauga East Project. The project will have an impact on the look, feel, and operation of Dundas Street in the future.
Residents are invited to have their say and give their feedback on the Mississauga East portion of the BRT that will run from Etobicoke Creek to Confederation Parkway.
Residents and businesses can visit Metrolinx Engage from January 18 – February 1 or attend a live virtual community meeting on January 27 at 6:30 p.m. to learn about the project and provide their ideas, suggestions and input into the Dundas BRT Mississauga East environmental study findings regarding potential impacts on:
An online presentation has been posted on the Metrolinx Engage site with background and schedule information.
The full Dundas BRT is planned to run for 48 kilometres along Dundas Street from Highway 6 in Hamilton to the Kipling Transit Hub in Toronto. This includes approximately 17 kilometres in Mississauga. The focus of this round of engagement is to share the potential impacts and advance the design of the Mississauga East segment of the Dundas BRT (from Confederation Parkway to the Etobicoke Creek).
Online at Metrolinx Engage
Metrolinx voicemail: 416-202-0884
There are two ways to participate in the third round of engagement for the Dundas BRT Mississauga East project:
Visit MetrolinxEngage.com/DundasBRT to attend the virtual community meeting.
Click here to visit the virtual open house and provide feedback – registration is not required.
Ideas and public comments are important and will help inform the environmental studies and preliminary design work currently underway for the Dundas BRT Mississauga East project.
City of Mississauga Media Relations
905-615-3200, ext. 5232