Less time commuting, more time doing what you love.

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Whether you live or work in Mississauga, you can depend on transit mobility to move your life forward. The Mississauga Transitway gives you just that; better access to GO Transit, MiWay, and the TTC, and a connection to Pearson International Airport, all with consistent travel times.

The new Mississauga Transitway delivers 18 kilometres of dedicated busway, creating connections through Mississauga, with 12 stations from Winston Churchill Boulevard to Renforth Drive. This will revolutionize your commute.

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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.

TTC bus service information can be found here.

Spend less time getting there and more time there, doing the things you love. With 12 new stations along a dedicated bus corridor, with everything you need – Wi-Fi, heated waiting areas, bicycle lock-up and parking at several stations. The Transitway also 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.

We’re helping to grow local communities along the entire corridor, supporting more residents and more jobs. This is your local launching pad to an entire regional network taking you to every corner of the Greater Golden Horseshoe, and all the opportunities that come with it.

We’re helping to take thousands of cars off the road, making for easier drives in the region and more comfortable commutes for you and your family. And, everyone will enjoy a cleaner, greener environment. Now that’s something to be proud of.
Less time commuting, more time doing what you love.


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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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