Changes to Some MiWay Routes Coming into Effect in Mississauga
It's hard to believe that summer is almost over, but in just a few short days, students will be returning to school and life will return to normal.
And people will be back to their regular commutes—especially students returning to (or just starting at) Sheridan College.
The City of Mississauga recently announced that on Sept. 2, MiWay will operate on a holiday schedule while implementing new service changes.
MiWay says this will be part of its ongoing improvements to meet the city's strategic goal of developing a more transit-oriented city.
"These changes continue to provide customers with better connections to transit hubs across Mississauga and will enhance the customer service experience as part of the MiWay Five Transit Service Plan (2016-2020)," MiWay said in a statement.
So, what can commuters expect? You can see a list of the changes below:
Commuters can expect to see some changes to weekday routing and connections on Mavis Road from City Centre Transit Terminal to Sheridan College’s Davis Campus in Brampton via Steeles Avenue. The route will no longer service Derry Road and Financial Drive.
Commuters who need to get off at these stops can use the 42 Derry or 104 Derry Express.
The 61A Mavis-Sheridan route has been cancelled and replaced with 61 Mavis. MiWay says this has been done to eliminate service duplication. Commuters can use the new 61 Mavis or 66 McLaughlin routes if those work better for them.
MiWay says service to secondary and post-secondary schools (routes 66 McLaughlin, 101A Dundas Express and 107 Malton Express) resumes on Tuesday, Sept. 3.
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