E-scooters and bikes


close up of someone riding an e-scooter

As part of the City of Mississauga’s E-Scooter Pilot Program, Mississauga residents, visitors and commuters can use their e-scooters to get to their Mississauga destinations.

Before you get to scooting, make sure you’re up to speed on where you can and can’t operate your e-scooter in Mississauga, as well as the rules and etiquette to follow to keep yourself and other road users safe.

Travelling on MiWay with your e-Scooter

  • E-scooters are allowed on MiWay buses as long as there is space on the bus, and the accessible seating area and aisles are not blocked
  • E-scooters are not allowed on the bus bike rack
  • You must dismount from your e-scooter at transit terminals and stations
  • Your e-scooter must be turned off before boarding the bus
  • Similar to a skateboard, you are not allowed to ride an e-scooter while onboard but you may bring it along with you
  • E-scooter riders must be 16 years or older


If you’re traveling with a bike on MiWay, you can use the bike rack at the front of the bus for free.

Bike racks on MiWay buses can carry two regular bicycles with wheels that are at least 16 inches (41 cm) in diameter. Motorized bicycles, electric-powered bicycles and bicycles equipped with child carriers are not allowed on the bike racks.

Passengers are responsible for loading and unloading their bicycles. Be sure to use the front door when exiting the bus and inform the Transit Operator that you will be picking up your bike.

If a bike rack is unavailable bicycles can be taken onboard the bus, as long as it doesn’t disrupt other passengers. For safety, bicycles must not block the aisles.

Passengers younger than 13-years-old must be accompanied by an adult when using a bus bike rack. MiWay is not responsible for bikes stolen from or damaged on the bike racks.

How to use the bike racks