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Moving Mississauga

Moving Mississauga: Sustainable Transportation Links

The City of Mississauga is dedicated to developing a transit-oriented city by providing affordable and convenient public transit, and encouraging carpooling and active transportation such as walking and cycling. There are several City initiatives underway to help you take action on air quality, climate change and traffic congestion.


When you use transit, you’re helping the environment. Did you know? One MiWay bus is able to eliminate 40 vehicles from the road, save 70,000 litres of fuel and keep 168 tonnes of pollutants out of the atmosphere each year (Environment Canada). For more information about transit projects in Mississauga please visit:

Walking and Cycling

Cycling Plan

Mississauga’s Cycling Master Plan outlines a strategy to develop over 900 kilometres of on and off-road cycling routes in the city over the next 20 years. The plan focuses on fostering cycling as a way of life in the city, building an integrated network of cycling routes and aims to adopt a safety first approach to cycling.  Learn More >

Walk and Roll Peel

Walk and Roll Peel is about raising awareness of the benefits of walking and cycling, promoting the existing trails and paths in Peel and helping to make walking and cycling an attractive recreation and transportation choice. Learn More >

The Mississauga Traffic Safety Council

The Mississauga Traffic Safety Council is a committee of City Council which considers matters related to the safety of students and their movement through the City of Mississauga. Learn More >


The introduction of paid parking is a move that supports good urban design and contributes to creating a
walkable downtown by minimizing surface parking and encouraging higher density development. Learn More >

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