Service and fare collection changes coming to MiWay in Mississauga
If you regularly take MiWay, you should note that some service and fare collection changes are coming down the pipe in the not-too-distant future.
The City of Mississauga says that from Monday, Dec. 21, 2020, to Sunday, Jan. 3, 2021, MiWay schedules will be adjusted and customer service hours will be modified. Some routes will operate with less frequent weekday service (based on reduced customer demand) and some routes will not operate at all.
The city says MiWay will continue to provide regular service on weekends.
Extended evening service and free rides on New Year's Eve will not be offered due to COVID-19 restrictions on social gatherings.
Service changes starting Jan. 4, 2021:
Starting Monday, Jan. 4, 2021, schedules will change on the following routes to respond to ridership demand and to improve GO service connections:
- 9 Rathburn-Thomas
- 30 Rexdale
- 44 Mississauga Road
- 49 McDowell
- 90 Terragar-Copenhagen Loop
Starting Jan. 4, 2021, the following school routes (300-series) will resume service:
- 302 Philip Pocock-Bloor West
- 304 Father Goetz-Mississauga Valley
- 306 Streetsville Secondary-Terry Fox
- 307 Philip Pocock-Bloor East
- 313 Streetsville Secondary-Meadowvale
- 314 Rick Hansen-Creditview
- 315 Rick Hansen-City Centre
- 321 Stephen Lewis-St.Joan of Arc
- 335 Glenforest South
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Effective Jan. 1, 2021, MiWay regular fares will remain unchanged with no increases scheduled for 2021. That said, paper tickets—which are non-refundable and cannot be exchanged—will no longer be accepted. MiWay will continue to accept Special Purpose tickets, which are used by school boards, food banks, and social services clients.
PRESTO Update as of Jan. 1, 2021
MiWay customers are encouraged to use PRESTO as a contactless form of payment.
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