MiWay Hosts Public Information Centres About Services in Mississauga
Ah, MiWay. Some people love it, others say they wish certain aspects were different.
No matter what, users need to know what’s going on with the service—and what changes to expect down the road.
If you are a frequent user of Mississauga's MiWay transit service, you may be interested to learn of some upcoming public information centres being held in late September, according to Ward 11 Councillor George Carlson's latest e-newsletter.
The details for these Public Information Centres are as follows:
Monday Sept. 25
2pm - 7pm
City Centre Transit Terminal
200 Rathburn Rd. W
Tuesday Sept. 26
4pm - 7pm
Port Credit Library
20 Lakeshore Rd. E
Thursday Sept. 28
3pm - 7pm
Meadowvale Town Centre
6677 Meadowvale Town Centre Circle
Saturday Sept. 30
1pm - 4pm
7205 Goreway Drive
According to the City of Mississauga, these public information centres will be to review the 2018 service plan, which will focus on increasing service levels along major corridors and introducing more express service to power the transit grid network.
As we approach 2020, the public will require updates on any service changes that are coming in anticipation of the conversion of the existing bus transit route system to a more grid based system. I’m sure many people will have questions about what will be happening to their bus routes once those changes get implemented, so it would be a good idea to attend one of these public sessions so staff can answer your questions.
You can find more information about the plan here.
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