News release

Mississauga Receives Transit Infrastructure Funding From Federal and Provincial Governments

City building | March 4, 2022

Today, Mayor Bonnie Crombie and members of Council joined Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Minister Stan Cho, Associate Minister of Transportation, to announce a joint investment of more than $675 million to support three public transit infrastructure projects in Mississauga.

“This is a big day for Mississauga and I want to sincerely thank the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario for investing in Mississauga, our residents and our future,” said Mayor Bonnie Crombie. “These investments will significantly strengthen our local transit system while helping us reach our climate targets. Funding to build rapid bus transit along Dundas Street, in particular, will make it easier for residents to travel to and from Mississauga and is critical for regional economic growth and recovery. The Dundas BRT will further strengthen our east to west connections, reducing travel times and connecting people to more job opportunities and businesses to more customers.”

The funding announced today includes more than $271 million from the Government of Canada through the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program, more than $225 million from the Government of Ontario and more than $180 million from the City of Mississauga. It will be used for:

  • the design and construction of the Dundas Bus Rapid Transit corridor in Mississauga along Dundas Street, from Cooksville to the Etobicoke border
  • upgrades to Mississauga’s existing bus corridors, including the construction of queue jump lanes to reduce traffic, passenger wait times and delays and improve the overall experience of public transit for users
  • the purchase of 358 second-generation hybrid buses to replace existing diesel vehicles, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve the quality and reliability of transit in Mississauga

“We are committed to pursuing every opportunity for investment from other levels of government to help fund sustainable infrastructure for our transit system,” said Geoff Wright, Commissioner, Transportation and Works. “This investment helps us encourage transit usage and provide customers with integrated and convenient transit options that meet their daily needs, advancing our Strategic Plan goal of developing a transit oriented city.”

Read more about the City’s Transportation Master Plan and other transportation initiatives.


Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Mayor Bonnie Crombie, Iqwinder Gaheer, MP Mississauga-Malton, MiWay staff

Mayor Bonnie Crombie, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, The Honourable Stan Cho, MPP Willowdale and Associate Minister of Transportation, Rechie Valdez, MP Mississauga-Streetsville, Peter Fonseca, MP Mississauga East-Cooksville

Ward 1 Councillor Stephen Dasko, Mayor Bonnie Crombie, Ward 3 Councillor Chris Fonseca, MiWay staff

Geoff Marinoff, Director of Transit,  Paul Mitcham, City Manager and CAO, Mayor Bonnie Crombie, The Honourable Omar Alghabra, MP Mississauga Centre and Minister of Transport, Geoff Wright, Commissioner of Transportation and Works, Joe Perrotta, Director of Rapid Transit Program Office

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