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Peel Region

Transit That Fits Your Plans

More and more every year, Peel Region experiences unprecedented economic growth and, with more than 110,000 new residents settling here every year, it’s vital that transit grows and expands to fit the needs of Mississauga and Brampton.

Metrolinx is adding more transit infrastructure and developing new services for you. This means you’ll have more choices to connect to what matters most to you. With hourly evening train service from Union Station to Brampton, Metrolinx has opened up possibilities for residents to do what they want to do, when they want to do it. More service along the Kitchener, Lakeshore West and Milton corridors creates better connections across the region. It’s happening.

of dedicated bus lanes

of fast, reliable light rail transit

projected population growth by 2041

All alignments, stations, stops, locations, names and quantity of stations/stops are conceptual and subject to change.

Here is some of what’s happening across Peel Region:

GO service is expanding to serve you better ‐ with more frequent service, more stations, cleaner technology and more connections. With more service comes new infrastructure. Here are some of the active projects we are working on to get you moving.

Cooksville GO Station

  • In 2018, we started construction at Cooksville station to provide new amenities that will make it easier and more convenient to access GO services.
  • The project includes a new station building and parking structure with 800 additional spaces will be completed in late 2020.
  • Connection to the future LRT.

Bramalea GO Station

  • Improvements are underway at Bramalea station to accommodate more passengers and future increases to train service as part of the GO expansion program.
  • Major construction includes a brand new station building linked to a parking garage adding close to 1,300 spaces.
  • Other amenities include a new accessible tunnel at the west end of the station connecting the north and south lots; partial canopy coverage of the island and side platforms and improved bus platforms and access to Brampton Transit and Zum.

Hurontario LRT

The Hurontario LRT project will feature 18 kilometres of rapid transit between the Brampton Gateway Terminal at Steeles Avenue and the Port Credit GO Station in Mississauga. It will feature 19 stops, 2 urban growth centres, 4 mobility hubs, and will connect to other major transit systems including GO Transit (Milton and Lakeshore West lines), Brampton Transit and MiWay.

All proposed new station stops are subject to completion of a full business case analysis.