Mississauga Moves - Transportation Master Plan to 2041

November 2017:  The City of Mississauga is developing a first-ever Transportation Master Plan that will shape our transportation system and how we move from today to 2041.  We can plan together for the future of travel on our roads, sidewalks, trails and transit.  Cyclists, this is an opportunity to advocate for safe cycling infrastructure, to enable balanced transportation options to keep the City moving even with anticipated population growth!

► See the City's Mississauga Moves website to get involved.

PHASE ONE - Where Are We Now?  The first public Mississauga Moves Open House was held on November 16, 2017.  ► View the Display Boards from the November 2017 Open House.  The first online SURVEY was conducted (closed).

PHASE TWO - Where Do We Want To Go?  (June 2018):  Using the comments and ideas contributed during Phase 1, the project team has developed a draft Vision statement and six Goals for the future of transportation in our City, and is looking for public feedback.

► View the Phase 2 Update presentation (36-slide PDF) made to the General Committee of Mississauga Council on May 30, 2018.

*NEW* Take the Second Online SURVEY to provide feedback on the proposed Vision, Goals, and Budget allocations.

MCAC Comment: The second Survey is less complicated and better organized to elicit your input!

COMING YOUR WAY: There will be a series of Pop-Up consultations during Summer 2018.  ► View the Schedule of Key Dates in every Ward of the City from June 25 through August 9, 2018.

Mississauga News article (June 7, 2018):  Mississauga 'Moves' toward public engagement for more transit, commuting options.  Excerpt: "The project’s research reveals 86 per cent of Mississauga residents travel by car, while 10 per cent use public transit and four per cent walk or cycle".

Mississauga Moves 2015 - Transportation Summit

November 2015:  The City of Mississauga’s first Transportation Summit included local and international experts as well as exhibitors for interactive workshops and presentations.  Topics included managing Mississauga’s future growth and congestion, evolving the City’s transit network, the possible impacts of driverless cars and making Mississauga’s streets more 'complete'.  Citizen members of MCAC attended and advocated for cycling as part of the City's transportation options.

► View the Summit AGENDA.  View the VIDEO of the Summit presentations.

COMMUNITY PANEL:  Four (4) MCAC citizen reps sit on the Mississauga Moves Community Panel which has been established to be a sounding board and assist in spreading the word about the Mississauga Moves project.

A Community Conversation Kit (26p PDF) is available to bring this to discussion to your community group, or a gathering of friends and neighbours, to come up with ideas to submit to the Mississauga Moves project.