Expected Completion: 2022

If you live in Mississauga or Brampton, this project is going to transform the way you live and move. The Hurontario LRT will be 20-kilometres of lines, from north to south, right through the heart of these enormously important communities. Life here will never be the same, as you gain the freedom of movement and power to choose where you live, work, and play, anywhere in the community.

The Hurontario LRT means 22 stops and its own dedicated right-of-way – so no pesky traffic to deal with – and it will connect you to the Milton and Lakeshore West GO lines, along with local transit links like MiWay, Brampton Transit, Züm, and Mississauga Transitway at Square One. It’s a launching pad to move you throughout the region, the connection local families need for freedom and choice.

This is one piece in a puzzle that will transform the entire Greater Golden Horseshoe. We are building an integrated transportation network that will take you across the region – and the Hurontario LRT will be your local piece of the puzzle. No matter where you work, no matter where you live, no matter where you want to play, you’ll have access to everything – quickly and seamlessly. It will transform Hurontario into a vibrant people-centered corridor connecting communities and empowering growth for the next thirty years.

Clean, electrically powered light rail vehicles, producing no emissions… not to mention more cars off the road. And did we mention less traffic on the Hurontario corridor? There’s a lot for you and the environment to love. Learn more about the LRT vehicles.
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Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and Metrolinx have issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) to three shortlisted teams to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the Hurontario Light Rail Transit project.

A request for qualifications issued in June 2017 shortlisted the top three teams based on their construction, design, operation and maintenance capability, experience, qualified personnel and financial capacity to deliver a project of this size and scope. Teams have been invited to respond to the RFP and will begin preparing proposals that detail how they will deliver the project. Upon evaluating the proposals received, IO and Metrolinx expect to award the contract in 2018.

Your opinion matters. You can always share thoughts, questions or comments on the project by emailing hurontarioLRT@metrolinx.com.

Review the most recent presentation boards from public meetings here.