The following slideshow is an overview from the April Mississauga South Construction Liaison Committee meeting.
April 22, 2021
Mississauga residents and commuters to the city can expect to see the City of Mississauga’s budget dollars hard at work as the City moves forward with its 2021 construction season and an investment of more than $76 million into Mississauga’s transportation and stormwater infrastructure. Construction projects within the City’s Roads and Stormwater Capital Programs involve repair and maintenance of critical infrastructure that helps keep all road users moving safely and manage stormwater to reduce the risk of flooding. This includes road resurfacing, sidewalk and multi-use trail construction, bridge repairs, creek and erosion control work and construction of new stormwater management facilities. Read More
A Notice from Metrolinx:
Construction of the Hurontario Light Rail Transit (LRT) project is ramping up along Hurontario Street, so we wanted to take this opportunity to (re)introduce ourselves in advance of some work beginning in your community. Starting in April, you will begin to see construction crews mobilize on site at the end of Troy Street, between CN Railway and the Petro-Canada. You will see site trailers and offices, material storage and onsite parking. Work will begin with tree protection and installation of a fence to secure the area. If any trees need to be removed, they will be replaced according to City of Mississauga bylaws. Read More
Temporary Traffic Signals:
Motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians will notice that the installation of temporary traffic signals is now complete at the intersections in Mississauga South between Park Street and Pinetree Way. These signals have now been energized. Read More
Metrolinx is providing notification that Mobilinx will be starting work in the parking lot of Port Credit GO Station in the near future. Crews will place fencing around working areas on site in both the North and South parking lots. Fencing will not only help keep commuters and community members safe, it will also offer the project the first big signage opportunity in the community. Read More
Today, Metrolinx launched its Fall Virtual Open House for the Hurontario LRT. This two-week online event, continuing through to December 4, will share the work that has been done so far and what to expect in 2021 as major construction begins. There will be photos, slideshow presentations and a video that captures the excitement of the project.
Please join at https://www.metrolinxengage.com/hulrt!
The Virtual Open House will also offer residents and businesses the opportunity to submit their questions through the Metrolinx Engage platform.
October 8, 2020
Due to continued public health concerns regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, employment and procurement trade shows will be held virtually this year. Mobilinx will post presentations on local employment and procurement for the Hurontario LRT project on its website.
The Employment presentation provides the public with resume-writing advice, interview techniques, and list the attributes and skills Mobilinx is seeking in its employees. The Procurement presentation details the benefits of sourcing local businesses for supplies, products and services, as well as the requirements needed to become a Mobilinx vendor. The virtual trade show is accessible at Mobilinx.ca/opportunities.
July 28, 2020
Effective August 3, MiWay will revise Route 103-Hurontario Express as part of its second phase of routing changes along the Hurontario corridor. These adjustments are required to help minimize service impacts due to the Hurontario Light Rail Transit (HuLRT) construction, which began in late March.
Due to the anticipated reduction of traffic lanes south of the QEW in the upcoming months, Route 103 will no longer travel south of The Queensway to the Port Credit GO Station and instead, will travel between the Brampton Gateway Terminal and Trillium Health Partners – Mississauga Hospital, seven days a week.
Frequent service on Route 103 and other local routes on Hurontario (Routes 2 and 17) allow for convenient transfers along the Hurontario corridor. Route 2 will continue to provide local service to all stops between the City Centre Transit Terminal (CCTT) and Port Credit GO Station, and Route 17 travels between the Highway 407 Park and Ride and the CCTT, continuing to provide 24-hour service during weekdays.
MiWay reminds passengers that wearing a face covering or non-medical mask is now mandatory when riding on MiWay and inside transit terminal buildings. Children under the age of two and people with disabilities or other medical conditions that prevent them from wearing any mask are not be required to wear one. Fare collection and front door boarding have also resumed.
Metrolinx will be holding a Virtual Open House from June 15 – July 3 to share information about Hurontario LRT. It has been shifted to a virtual format to protect staff and the public during the COVID-19 pandemic. It can be accessed at www.metrolinxengage.com/hulrt. Members of the public will be able to ask questions that the project team will answer.
If you have any questions about this or any part of the project, please let our LRT Project Office know.
Manager, LRT Stakeholder Communications
T 905-615-3200 ext.4816