Major Changes Coming to MiWay Transit in Mississauga
Transit has been a monumentally important issue for Mississauga for quite some time, and it looks like MiWay riders are about to experience some changes.
The City of Mississauga recently announced that MiWay, in response to customer feedback, is implementing service changes beginning on Monday, Feb. 26.
The city says the changes “will improve service, frequency and GO connections on some routes.”
Now, riders travelling on Route 29 Park Royal-Homelands and Route 38 Creditview will experience additional connections to GO stations.
MiWay says it is also adding additional trips on several routes, including Route 42 Derry and 61A Mavis-Sheridan.
Some riders will also notice some service eliminations.
Riders who take the 35 Eglinton-Ninth Line or the 35A Eglinton-Tenth Line will notice that the Skymark Hub between Explorer Drive and Commerce Boulevard will no longer be serviced.
Residents who regularly visit Credit Valley Hospital for work or medical care can expect service improvements to Route 34 Credit Valley and 48 Erin Mills.
These now include stops at the hospital.
Service changes include:
“These service improvements are part of the MiWay 5 Service Plan (2016-2020),” the city says. “This is the third year of the five-year plan that will shift buses to a grid network that allows more frequent buses along main corridors and delivers more direct services. The plan also expands Mississauga Transitway service.”
You can learn more here.
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