City of Mississauga - Cycling-Related Projects

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Parking Matters

November 2017:  The City of Mississauga is conducting a citywide parking study called Parking Matters (website) to help make future decisions about parking across the City.  As the City continues to grow and evolve, community parking needs are changing.  All kinds of parking are being reviewed in the study including: on-street and off-street parking, as well as public and private parking, and bike parking.

► About the study, and how/when to provide comment: click here.

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Lakeshore Connecting Communities

September 2017 Lakeshore Connecting Communities (website) is about re-configuring the Lakeshore Road corridor to safely support all modes of transportation and connect Lakeview, Port Credit and Clarkson.

NEXT STEP: In Spring 2018, the preferred design solutions for the Lakeshore Corridor will be presented at Public Information Centres (dates to be posted here).  Cycling will be part of the reconfiguration.

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Future Access to the Britannia Farm

FUTURE TRAILS?  The final public meeting (Poster) on the future of this 200-acre public asset in the heart of Mississauga was December 1, 2016.

Presently the Britannia Farm property is a cycling no-go.  A main topic of the new consultation concerned public access to the site.  MCAC is advocating for pedestrian/cycling trails through this site (map).

► Click for the Britannia Farm Master Plan Refresh webpage.

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