By 2027, MiWay will provide a trusted customer experience for 50 million annual revenue rides as part of the City’s integrated urban mobility network by:
- Listening to our customers, staff, partners and stakeholders
- Working together as a team
- Leveraging data and technology
In doing so, we will achieve a revenue to cost ratio of 52 percent.
MiWay provides Mississauga with a shared travel choice that is friendly, reliable and respects the environment. We help to connect people to their destinations with ease.
We are people who care about people. Our dedicated team is passionate about providing a customer experience that makes our riders feel valued.
Helping make life in our city better. We strive to listen to customers as we continuously evolve to meet the changing needs of the community.
Projects and plans
These are some of the major plans and construction projects that impact MiWay services.
MiWay Five Transit Service Plan
We’re constantly working to improve transit in Mississauga. Learn about the current MiWay Five Transit Plan 2016 to 2020 which will be complete this year or the upcoming MiWay Five Transit Plan 2021 to 2025 starting next year.
Kipling Bus Terminal
MiWay service will be impacted by construction of the new Kipling Transit Terminal.
Transit and climate change
In an effort to adapt to climate change, the MiWay fleet now features ten second-generation hybrid-electric buses. These buses are more fuel efficient and contain features that help to reduce maintenance costs and greenhouse gas emissions.
Learn more about how the City is addressing climate change.