In progress City project

Matheson Boulevard East Cycle Tracks

The City is constructing cycle tracks on Matheson Boulevard East to increase comfort, accessibility and safety for all road users.


Project area spanning across Matheson boulevard east from Creekbank Road to Commerce boulevard outlined in blue on a map.

The City of Mississauga is constructing cycle tracks on Matheson Boulevard East, from Creekbank Road to Commerce Boulevard. The roadway will also be repaved, and street lighting will be upgraded.

Cycle tracks are separate and raised lanes for bicycles, e-bikes and e-scooters. The cycle tracks and other road enhancements will:

  • Increase the safety and comfort of all road users
  • Provide more transportation options to travel throughout the city
  • Connect to the existing bike lane network in the Airport Corporate Centre

Construction is currently in progress, and expected to be complete in 2024.

This project is located in Ward 5. It was approved as part of the City’s 2021 cycling program, and is consistent with City policies, such as the Cycling Master Plan, and Vision Zero Action Plan.


A cycle track is a raised path for bike, e-bike, and e-scooter users. People who are walking or running, use the adjacent sidewalk.

Cycle tracks are being constructed on Argentia Road, from Tenth Line West to the signalized intersection east of Winston Churchill Boulevard. There will be a one-way cycle track on each side of the road.

A crossride marking highlights the place where a cycle track and multi-use trail crosses a road or driveway.

Major crossings may have a green surface, and bicycle traffic signals may be used.

The corners at some intersections may be made tighter. These types of corners are sometimes known as reduced corner radius. They slow down turning vehicles, and enhance the safety and comfort of pedestrians and cyclists crossing. Right turn channels and lanes may also be removed for the same reasons.

At some corners, red curb extensions (truck aprons) also tighten the corner, but allow the rear wheels of large trucks to run over the extension.


The City is enhancing bus stops with yellow tactile plates and bus-length concrete landing pads. These better define the bus stopping areas, make them more visible and accessible, and highlight the crossing cycle track.

The number of road lanes are being maintained, with two lanes per direction.

Construction hours

Construction work will mostly occur during regular constructions hours, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Some work may occur later or overnight if required.

The City makes every effort to keep construction noise to a minimum outside of regular construction hours.

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