MiWay is moving to a grid network to deliver more direct service.
The decision to move MiWay to a grid network is part of MiWay 5, a five year service plan (2016 – 2020) that was built with community feedback and will help shift the City’s transit system to a grid network.
It will set the stage for more transit expansion and a new light rail line along Hurontario Street.
MiWay 5 Highlights:
• Build on existing system strengths
• Realign routes to improve travel time for riders
• Optimize the use of the Mississauga Transitway
• More express services
• Increase early morning and Sunday services
• Establish more transit hubs with less reliance on the City Centre Transit Terminal
• Improve connections with GO Transit
• Improve connections to neighbouring municipalities (ie. Toronto, Brampton)
Join MiWay at an information session to learn more about the changes you can expect in 2016.
|Monday, March 7||12 to 3 pm||Mississauga Civic Centre|
|Monday, March 7||5 to 8 pm||Mississauga Central Library|
|Tuesday, March 8||5 to 8 pm||Malton Library|
|Wednesday, March 9||5 to 8 pm||South Common Centre|
|Thursday, March 10||5 to 8 pm||Port Credit Memorial Arena|
For more information see the Corporate Report.
Questions? Ask them in person at an info session or on Twitter @MiWayHelps