Service Changes Along Hurontario Street

Starting Aug. 3, 2020, MiWay is revising Route 103 – Hurontario Express as part of the second phase of routing changes along the Hurontario corridor.

We are changing our service along the Hurontario corridor to minimize impacts to travel and deliver reliable service during Hurontario Light Rail Transit construction (HuLRT).

HuLRT construction began in March 2020 and will temporarily reduce lanes on parts of Hurontario Street during the construction phase. Metrolinx is planning for the service to open in Fall 2024.

Phase 2 service changes start August 3, 2020

  • Route 103 Hurontario Express will be revised to travel along Hurontario between the Brampton Gateway Terminal and the Trillium Mississauga Hospital

Phase 1 service changes started April 27, 2020

  • Route 19 Hurontario was split into two new routes: Route 17 Hurontario and Route 2 Hurontario
  • Route 19 Variants (19A, 19B and 19C) were cancelled
  • Route 25 Traders Loop was revised to provide service to portions of the former Routes 19A and 19B

Phase 2 service changes start August 3, 2020

Route 103 Hurontario Express (Monday to Sunday)

The revised Route 103 will travel along Hurontario between the Brampton Gateway Terminal and the Trillium Mississauga Hospital.

This route will no longer travel south of The Queensway along Hurontario to Port Credit GO Station, due to the anticipated reduction of traffic lanes south of the QEW in the upcoming months.

Describes difference in 103 routing

Travelling to Port Credit GO

To travel to Port Credit GO, transfer from Route 103 Hurontario Express onto local Route 2 Hurontario at major intersections along Hurontario, including:

  • Burnhamthorpe Road
  • Elm Drive
  • Central Parkway
  • John Street
  • Dundas Street
  • Paisley Boulevard

Note: Route 103 Hurontario Express bypasses City Centre Transit Terminal at Square One. You can transfer onto Route 2 Hurontario at one of the intersections listed above.

Frequent service on Route 103 Hurontario Express and local Routes 2 Hurontario and 17 Hurontario allow for convenient transfers.

 

Phase 1 service changes started April 27, 2020

Route 19 Hurontario was split into two new routes:

  • Route 17 Hurontario (Monday to Sunday)
    The Route 17 travels between the Highway 407 Park and Ride and City Centre Transit Terminal at Square One and provides 24-hour service during weekdays.
  • Route 2 Hurontario (Monday to Sunday)
    The Route 2 travels between City Centre Transit Terminal at Square One and Port Credit GO Station and provides 24-hour service during weekdays.

Connections at City Centre Transit Terminal

With Route 19 splitting into two new routes, you may need to change buses at City Centre Transit Terminal to continue your journey along Hurontario.

Routes 17 and 2 are both located at Platform E at the City Centre Transit Terminal. Buses are scheduled to minimize transfer wait times. View our City Centre Terminal Map to find the Platform E location.

These routes are interlined between 10 p.m. and 4 a.m., so you won’t need to transfer when your route ends at the City Centre Transit Terminal; you can stay on the same bus to continue your journey.

Route 19 Variants (19A, 19B and 19C) were cancelled

Route 19A Hurontario-Cantay and 19B Hurontario-Britannia Alternative Travel Options

Route 25 Traders Loop was revised to provide service to portions of former Routes 19A and 19B.

Route 19C Hurontario-Heartland Alternative Travel Options

To travel to Heartland Town Centre, the following alternate routes are available:

  • Route 61 Mavis
  • Route 66 McLaughlin, with transfers available on Britannia Road to Route 39 Britannia.

Trillium Mississauga Hospital Alternative Travel Options

The following routes travel to the Trillium Mississauga Hospital:

  • 2 Hurontario
  • 4 Sherway Gardens
  • 28 Confederation
  • 103 Hurontario Express

Route 25 Traders Loop was revised

Route 25 Traders Loop (Monday – Friday, rush hour only)

The Route 25 was revised to provide service to portions of the former Routes 19A and 19B.

Avoiding Hurontario Street Construction

Alternate route options servicing corridors adjacent to Hurontario Street provide connections for customers traveling north or south of the City or into Brampton:

  • Route 8 Cawthra travels along Cawthra Road, between the City Centre Transit Terminal and Port Credit GO Station. The Route intersects with Hurontario Street at Elm Drive and south of Mineola Road East.
  • Route 28 Confederation travels along Confederation Parkway, between the City Centre Transit Terminal and Trillium Mississauga Hospital.
  • Route 53 Kennedy travels along Kennedy Road and Central Parkway East, servicing the Highway 407 Park and Ride and Central Parkway Transitway Station.
  • Route 61 Mavis travels along Mavis Road between City Centre Transit Terminal at Square One and Sheridan College in Brampton
  • Route 66 McLaughlin travels along McLaughlin Road between City Centre Transit Terminal at Square One and Sheridan College in Brampton

To plan your trip, you can:

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