Aug. 17, 2016

Mississauga Transitway (MiWay)

A Highway 403 BRT project

The Mississauga Transitway is an 18-kilometre east-west busway that runs across Mississauga - Both MiWay and GO Transit operate buses along the bus way, which connects Winston Churchill in the west to Renforth Drive in the east - Twelve stations serve the BRT and provide key connection points between other routes and systems

The eastern part of the corridor [the first four stations (Central Parkway, Cawthra Road, Tomken Road and Dixie Road] opened in late 2013 - Construction of the remaining segments were completed in late 2015

The Mississauga Transitway was an investment of $259 million - The federal government contributed $83 million through the Canada Strategic Infrastructure Fund - The City of Mississauga contributed $63 million - The Province of Ontario provided $65 million to support the project, and contributed another $48 million in GO Transit investments

 - Metrolinx