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  • In progress

    MiWay is participating in the hydrogen fuel cell electric bus demonstration and integration trial, which will be delivered in two phases. This trial is the only one of its kind in Canada, and will hel...

  • In progress

    MiWay transit will be upgrading systems in MiWay buses over the next six years. These upgrades will include improvements to fare boxes and upgrades to the transportation system hardware and software. ...

  • In progress

    MiWay transit is procuring parts and services to complete major bus rehabilitation repairs, including engines, transmissions, and hybrid components for MiWay buses. This project is funded in part by t...

  • Completed in 2020

    MiWay’s next five year plan will guide the refinement and expansion of the City’s transit network. Its main goal is to continue growing the system and improving connectivity to deliver a transit s...

  • In progress

    The Infrastructure Growth Plan investment strategy is designed to accommodate the City’s planned growth and change, and to maximize benefits to transit passengers and operational efficiencies.

  • In progress

    These on-street public transit projects are funded by the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program, and will help improve transit infrastructure across Mississauga.

  • Open for consultation

    The City has implemented an e-scooter pilot and is seeking feedback on pedal-assist bicycles (e-bikes) or electric scooters (e-scooters) travel in Mississauga.

  • Completed in 2021

    The City Centre Transit Terminal is undergoing a complete interior renovation that started in winter 2019 and is expected to be completed by fall 2021.

  • In progress

    Traffic calming helps to reduce speeds on roadways to keep residents safe. Find out more about the program, current and past projects, and how to get involved.

  • Open for consultation

    The Province of Ontario is supporting growth of major transit station areas (MTSAs) in Peel and Mississauga.