LRT Stations & Locations within Mississauga

 

Here are the future sites of the LRT Stations & Locations within Mississauga 

Port Credit GO  
West side of Hurontario St., north of Park St.  

Mineola  
Centre of Hurontario St., south of Mineola Rd.  

North Service  
Centre of Hurontario St., north of North Service Rd.  

Queensway  
Centre of Hurontario St., south of Queensway  

Dundas  
Centre of Hurontario St., south of Dundas St.  

Cooksville GO  
Centre of Hurontario St., south of St. Lawrence & Hudson Railway  

Central Parkway  
Centre of Hurontario St., north of Central Pkwy  

Matthews Gate  
Centre of Hurontario St., north of Matthews Gate  

Robert Speck    
Centre of Hurontario St., north of Robert Speck Pkwy.  

Main Street    
Centre of Burnhamthorpe Rd., east of Main St.  

Duke of York    
East side of Duke of York Blvd.,north of Princess Royal Dr.  

Rathburn    
North side of Rathburn Rd., east of Station Gate Rd.  

Eglinton    
Centre of Hurontario St., north of Eglinton Ave.  

Bristol    
Centre of Hurontario St., north of Bristol Rd.  

Matheson  
Centre of Hurontario St., north of Matheson Blvd.  

Brittania    
Centre of Hurontario St., south of Britannia Rd.  

Courtneypark    
Centre of Hurontario St., south of Courtneypark Dr.  

Derry    
Centre of Hurontario St., north of Derry Rd.  

Gateway/407    
Centre of Hurontario St., north of Topflight Dr.  
 

About Hurontario-Main LRT Project
The City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton and Metrolinx have a vision for a vibrant Hurontario-Main corridor from Port Credit to downtown Brampton. In 2011, the cities’ Master Plan noted that Light Rail Transit (LRT) is the preferred form of transit along the Hurontario-Main corridor. This project is also a priority project in The Big Move, the Regional Transportation Plan, and included in Metrolinx's Next Wave of projects recommended for funding through the Investment Strategy. The Hurontario-Main LRT Project is now in the Transit Project Assessment (TPAP) Phase, which includes design and technical studies supported by stakeholder and public consultations.

 

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