News release

Learn about Mississauga’s Transit and Road Infrastructure Plan at a Virtual On-Demand Meeting

City building | December 4, 2020

How do you make your trip into, around or out of Mississauga? The City of Mississauga is doing a study to develop a long-term plan for its transit and road network – Transit and Road Infrastructure Plan (TRIP). The study will look at transit and road infrastructure priorities to meet the needs of Mississauga residents, businesses and visitors, now and into the future.

A virtual on-demand meeting is now live (until December 20) for the public to provide input 24/7 – on topics such as the modes of transportation they use to the issues they face on the road. Project information and materials are also available for the public to learn more about the study.


Virtual on-demand meeting:


  • Transit and road users, including cyclists and pedestrians
  • Community groups
  • Stakeholder groups
  • Residents, business owners, workers and visitors of Mississauga


The virtual on-demand meeting is now open until December 20, 2020.


In 2019, Council approved Mississauga’s Transportation Master Plan – an overarching guide on the future of transportation in Mississauga. The City of Mississauga has now initiated the Transit and Road Infrastructure Plan study to help achieve the City’s transportation vision. The study will complement other infrastructure plans and guidelines including the Cycling Master Plan, the Pedestrian Master Plan and the Changing Lanes study.

Learn more about the Transit and Road Infrastructure Plan and sign up for email updates by visiting the public engagement page:

Transit and Road Infrastructure Plan graphic


Media Contact:
City of Mississauga Media Relations
905-615-3200, ext. 5232
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