Roads budget

Roads makes up 9.2% of the City’s budget. In 2022, the City is increasing the Roads operating budget by $2.2 million.

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To plan, develop, construct and maintain a multi-modal transportation system which efficiently and safely moves people and goods, respects the environment,  supports the development of Mississauga as a 21st Century city and  serves the municipality’s social, economic and physical needs.

The services we provide

  • Planning, design, construction, operation and maintenance of roadways, bridges, cycling network, sidewalks, noise walls and related infrastructure
  • Management of the City’s traffic signals, streetlighting, municipal parking, and fleet of vehicles (with the exception of transit and fire vehicles)

With a continued focus on urban mobility, asset management, service delivery, and our people and culture, the Roads Service Area is poised to continue to provide responsible road-related infrastructure services.

Interesting facts about this service

  • Transportation infrastructure is the largest asset owned and operated by the City of Mississauga with a 2020 replacement value of $5 billion, and is made up of bridges, culverts, roads, noise walls, the active transportation network, public parking lots, and the streetlight and traffic signal systems
  • The City has 5,680 lane kilometres of road network
  • The City’s cycling network includes 601 kilometres of multi-use trails, park paths, bicycle lanes and signed bike routes
  • The cycling network laid out in the 2018 Cycling Master Plan update will result in 897 kilometres of infrastructure to be built over 27 years