The Mississauga Transitway is a two-lane, predominantly grade-separated, 18-kilometre Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system that serves the City of Mississauga while integrating into the key transit corridors of the Greater Toronto Area. The project includes 10 new stations operated by regional transit agencies MiWay and GO Transit. The stations have a prominent identity and a context-sensitive design approach that form the foundation of an emerging regional transit network and act as a catalyst for the urban intensification, civic improvement, and economic growth of the city.
Location Mississauga, Canada
Architect IBI Group
Project Team Designable Environments, Dufferin Construction, Entro Communications, HH Angus, and WSP
Category Transportation & Infrastructure