Huge changes coming to major transit terminal in Mississauga
The city's biggest transit terminal is about to undergo a facelift.
The City of Mississauga just announced that in February, the 23-year-old City Centre Transit Terminal (CCTT) will undergo a complete interior renovation. The city says the renovation will transform the facility into a modernized space with improved accessibility and services for MiWay customers.
The project is expected to be completed by fall 2021.
You can see a renovation schedule below:
"Exciting things are underway this year. The CCTT was built in 1996 and is a 23-year-old facility. It is located in downtown Mississauga with more than 45,000 commuters accessing it every day. The building requires upgrades to meet the growing needs of our community," said Geoff Marinoff, director, Transit.
"This facility is an important part of the customer experience for many MiWay riders. Every effort will be made to ensure disruption is minimal and that fare and customer information services will continue to be provided onsite."
During the renovations, the CCTT will remain open, but some areas will be temporarily out of service.
The city says the elevator will be temporarily out of service from April until July 2020.
"Customers are encouraged to look for directional signage indicating access points," the city says, adding that the information and fare booths will be relocated, but will remain on-site throughout construction.
All photos courtesy of the City of Mississauga
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