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MiWay 5 Transit Service Plan

MiWay’s next five-year plan (2021-2026) will guide the refinement and expansion of the City’s transit network. It will aim to grow the system and improve connectivity to deliver a fast, efficient, attractive and easy-to-use transit service.


MiWay has successfully completed its first five-year service plan (2016-2020) which focused on moving Mississauga’s transit system from a design that radiates from the city centre to a grid network. This allowed for more frequent and direct service along main roads.

10 benefits of MiWay Five

To achieve growth in the system and improve connectivity, we will:

  • review our existing services
  • build on the framework created by the last service plan
  • explore options for improvements that will set the stage for future transit improvements and service expansion in Mississauga

Plan objectives of MiWay Five

Build on the existing network

  • Align MiWay services to support and integrate with the future Hurontario Light Rail Transit (LRT) line.
  • Expand hours of service throughout the week in response to growing ridership demand.
  • Improve service to major terminals as identified in the MiWay Infrastructure Growth Plan (MIGP) and the City’s planning strategies projects.
  • Expand the express network to strengthen core and community-oriented services.
  • Re-align routes to focus on the core network to grow ridership and reduce service duplication.

Integrate and strengthen connections

  • Improve service to major employment areas, responding to areas of ridership growth.
  • Align services with MiWay’s Infrastructure Growth Plan (MIGP) initiatives.
  • Enhance inter-regional connections and integrate with neighbouring service providers like Brampton Transit, Toronto Transit Commission (TTC), Oakville Transit, Metrolinx/GO Transit.
  • Connect to higher-order transit services, such as subway and GO Rail service.
  • Integrate with neighbouring service providers, including Oakville, Brampton, Toronto, Metrolinx.
  • Integrate and improve connections at major mobility hubs like the future Toronto Pearson Airport Regional Transit Centre.

Enhance the customer experience and service delivery

  • Review the feasibility of new and innovative strategies for service delivery aimed at optimizing resources and improving the efficiency of service delivery to both new and evolving service areas.
  • Enhance the customer experience for existing riders and earn the trust of new and choice riders by providing reliable services and improving stop and terminal infrastructure to make transit easier.

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