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- Hazel McCallion LRT
Metrolinx is naming the Hurontario light rail transit (LRT) project as the Hazel McCallion Line, to commemorate the former Mississauga mayor.
Once in service, the 18-kilometre Hazel McCallion Line will bring a new, environmentally friendly and reliable method of transportation to a rapidly growing region. The new transit system will feature 19 stops, travel through two urban growth centres and connect to major transit systems including GO Transit (Milton and Lakeshore West lines), the Mississauga Transitway, Brampton Transit, ZUM and MiWay. The Hazel McCallion Line will operate in its own dedicated lane ensuring a smooth, reliable and convenient ride along the region’s busiest street.
As Mississauga and Brampton expands with new residents, businesses and amenities, sustainable and reliable transit becomes vital. The Hazel McCallion Line will operate with clean, electrically powered light rail vehicles, producing near zero emissions. So, not only does the LRT line get cars off the road, but it’s a more sustainable, environmentally conscious way to travel!
Stations and stops including four major transit hubs
Kilometers of light rail transit
Transit systems and rail connections along the route
In the news
A look back on 2022 for the Hazel McCallion Line
December 27, 2022
2022 was a remarkable year for the Hazel McCallion line which will run between Mississauga and Brampton. Work at the operations, maintenance and storage facility (OMSF) progressed significantly in 2022. The OMSF will be the hub of the new line, with vehicles travelling along Topflight Drive and over a new bridge spanning Etobicoke Creek to reach the OMSF. [Read more]
Work on Lakeshore West push box is underway
December 13, 2022
Crews building the Hazel McCallion light rail transit line have started the official push of the ‘push box’ underneath the Lakeshore West GO Train tracks at Port Credit GO Station using the groundbreaking Verona System. The system involves using three temporary bridges under the active tracks along with lattice and counterbalance beams to allow underpass construction to take place without impacting train operations. [Read more]
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