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In progress Environmental assessment

Credit River Active Transportation Crossings

In partnership with the Region of Peel, the City has completed the planning and preliminary design exercises to identify recommended designs for the City's active transportation network near the QEW and Credit River.

Background

The City’s Cycling Master Plan (2010) and the Region of Peel’s Active Transportation Plan (2012) identified the need for a north-south Active Transportation (AT) crossing of the QEW at Stavebank Road. The Master Plan also identified the need for an east-west AT crossing of the Credit River near the QEW.

The proposed crossings will be important to the connectivity to the planned AT network, which includes the Culham Trail running north-south from the QEW, and the east-west Lakeshore-Royal Windsor Trail, the trail is envisioned to traverse the City of Mississauga from Halton Region to the City of Toronto.

The City of Mississauga, in partnership with the Region of Peel, has commenced the Detail Design Assignment with the Ministry of Transportation for the north-south AT crossing of the QEW at Stavebank Road and the east-west AT crossing of the Credit River near the QEW.

More information is available on the QE/Credit River Improvement Project website.

Study area map

site map

Dana Glofcheskie, P.Eng. – Project Manager
City of Mississauga
201 City Centre Drive, Suite 800
Mississauga, Ontario L5B 2T4
905-615-3200 ext. 8243
creditriverat@mmm.ca

This project is related to

Cycling Master Plan