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Mississauga Transitway

Mississauga Transitway

Better access to GO Transit, MiWay and TTC, a service connection to Toronto Pearson International Airport, and consistent travel times – those are just a few of the benefits of the new Mississauga Transitway.

Built in partnership with the Government of Canada, Province of Ontario and the City of Mississauga, the Transitway features 12 new rapid transit stations along a dedicated 18 km busway, running through Mississauga from, Winston Churchill Blvd to Renforth Drive. Renforth is well under construction and will be the final bus station to open. Ready for fall 2017, the Mississauga Transitway will revolutionize your commute.




Spend less time commuting and more time doing the things you love. The Mississauga Transitway adds 12 new stations along a dedicated bus corridor, featuring amenities like Wi-Fi, heated waiting areas, bicycle lock-up and parking at several stations. The Transitway provides key connection points to MiWay and TTC via a more efficient and reliable corridor—as well as direct access to the Square One GO Bus Terminal and the future Hurontario LRT.


The Mississauga Transitway supports development along the entire corridor, through Mississauga and the GTHA, promoting the healthy growth of residential and employment centres. Building more rapid transit in Mississauga is an integral part the Metrolinx vision for an integrated transportation network that spans the region.


Every day, the Transitway will divert thousands of riders from cars to transit, significantly reducing traffic during high-volume periods. Not only is that good for reducing traffic volumes, but fewer cars idling in traffic means less harmful emissions in the Mississauga environment, and that’s good for everyone.

Stations and Stops


With 12 stations – beginning at Winston Churchill Boulevard in the west and ending at Renforth Drive in the east – the Transitway will mean you can move quickly and easily around Mississauga and into the GTA.

  • GO bus service information can be found here.
  • MiWay bus service information can be found here.


The Mississauga Transitway project is funded through a joint partnership between three levels of government:

  • The Government of Canada is contributing up to $83 million through the Canada Strategic Infrastructure Fund – $59 million to the City of Mississauga for the east segment and $24 million to Metrolinx for the west.
  • The Province of Ontario has provided $65 million to the City of Mississauga to support the project, and is contributing another $48 million to Metrolinx for investment in related Metrolinx assets.
  • The City of Mississauga and Metrolinx will fund the remaining project costs.


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