Hurontario-Main LRT

Hurontario-Main LRT at Eglinton, close-up, image courtesy of Metrolinx
  • Hurontario-Main LRT at Eglinton, close-up, image courtesy of Metrolinx
  • Hurontario-Main LRT at Port Credit GO, opening day, image courtesy of Metrolinx
  • Hurontario-Main LRT, Port Credit, GO Metrolinx
  • Hurontario-Main LRT at Mineola, looking south, image courtesy of Metrolinx
  • Hurontario-Main LRT at Dundas, looking southeast on opening day, Metrolinx
  • Hurontario-Main LRT at Dundas, looking southeast after build-out, Metrolinx
  • Hurontario-Main LRT at Cooksville GO Station, image courtesy of Metrolinx
  • Hurontario-Main LRT looking east along Burnhamthorpe, opening day, Metrolinx
  • Hurontario-Main LRT looking east along Burnhamthorpe, ultimate vision, Metrolinx
  • Hurontario-Main LRT on Rathburn north of Square One, ultimate vision, Metrolinx
  • Hurontario-Main LRT at Eglinton Avenue, looking north on opening day, Metrolinx
  • Hurontario-Main LRT, Eglinton Avenue, looking north, ultimate vision, Metrolinx
  • Hurontario-Main LRT at Shoppers World Brampton, image courtesy of Metrolinx
  • Hurontario-Main LRT south of Downtown Brampton, image courtesy of Metrolinx
  • Hurontario-Main LRT south of Downtown Brampton, image courtesy of Metrolinx
  • Hurontario-Main LRT in Downtown Brampton, image courtesy of Metrolinx
  • Hurontario-Main LRT at Brampton GO station, image courtesy of Metrolinx

A proposed Light Rail Transit (LRT) system is a key part of Mississauga and Brampton’s vision for the Hurontario-Main corridor.

This is a large, complex city-building project from the Port Credit GO Station in Mississauga to the GO Station in Downtown Brampton.

More than a transportation route, the LRT system is intended to be a means of economic and residential development, and improved quality of life throughout Mississauga and Brampton.

This project will help transform these communities from suburban to urban. It supports growth and positive change by connecting people with destinations using sustainable transit.

The Hurontario-Main LRT will be designed to address congestion and improve traffic along the corridor. Metrolinx, along with the cities of Mississauga and Brampton are investing in efficient transit, to build vibrant, safe, prosperous and connected communities.

Project information

Hurontario Street, Mississauga
Metrolinx
Pre-Construction
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