About MCAC

The Mississauga Cycling Advisory Committee (MCAC) is a volunteer citizen committee advising City Council and staff about cycling issues in Mississauga.  We liaise closely with the City's Active Transportation Division.  We are passionate about cycling as a key component of city-building, multi-modal transportation and healthy living.  We are available as a resource to individual Councillors regarding cycling matters (including attending public meetings) in their Wards.

MCAC Agendas and Minutes are posted on the City's website, which also lists our twelve (12) citizen members.

New cycling initiatives are evaluated by MCAC according to three main criteria: connectivity, safety and usage.  Consistent with the goals of Mississauga's Cycling Master Plan (2010), the goals of the MCAC are to:

    Foster a culture where cycling is an everyday activity in Mississauga,

    Build an integrated on-road and off-road cycling network as part of a multi-modal transportation system, and

    Adopt a 'Safety-first' approach for cycling in Mississauga.

In addition to providing advice and feedback regarding the growing cycling network, MCAC promotes Mississauga as a cycling destination by conducting organized Community Rides during the months of May through October.


MCAC Annual Update to Mississauga Council

December 14, 2016:  MCAC made its annual presentation to Mississauga Council with the theme 'Supporting Cycling Culture in Mississauga.'  Cycling culture is becoming more evident in the City and we need to ensure it grows.

MCAC has a three-pronged approach which includes:
    1. Grow Ridership  (our Community Rides are an example)
    2. Promote Safety  (we are promoting Vision Zero)
    3. Install Minimum Grid  (a safe, connected infrastucture Network)

► How are we doing?  View the MCAC PRESENTATION (24 slides)



Openings for Citizen Members on MCAC

ATTENTION CYCLISTS:  Are you interested in volunteering on the MCAC as a Citizen Member?  We have openings from time to time, and encourage you to apply.  You must be a Mississauga resident and a Canadian citizen.

► Feel free to Contact Us with any questions.

► View MCAC Presentation to Mississauga Council (December 2016) (24 slides) for details about our activities.

► Click for the City's Citizen Appointments webpage for more information and a link to the online application form.  Note that many City Committees may be advertising at the same time.  You may always apply for a future vacancy.

NOTE: Despite any posted deadline or date on the form, applications are accepted at any time.




MCAC Terms of Reference 2015 (5p PDF)

Learn about MCAC's Phil Green Award