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Hurontario LRT: Utility work affects MiWay stops, starting June 7

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Metrolinx and its contractors continue to prepare for upcoming construction of the Hurontario light rail transit line in Mississauga and Brampton.

Since mid-September 2020, contractors have been relocating utilities

  • on Hurontario Street between Highway 407 and Matheson Boulevard

as part of the LRT construction project. The work zone blocks traffic lanes.

Starting 8 a.m. Monday, June 7, the southbound MiWay stop on Hurontario Street

  • at Aldridge Street (stop #1898)

is out of service, due to the lane closures. Board buses at the temporary stop 83 metres north on Hurontario.

Southbound MiWay passengers continue to board buses at the temporary stop until June 15 (5 p.m.)

Since January 2021, contractors have also been relocating utilities and widening the roadway

  • on Hurontario Street between Pinetree Way and Lakeshore Road East.

as part of the LRT project.

Also starting 8 a.m. Monday, June 7, the northbound stops on Hurontario Street

  • at Park Street East (stop #0336);
  • at Mineola Road East (stop #0334)

are out of service, due to the lane closures. Use the temporary platforms beside the regular stop to board and exit from buses along these routes while the stops are out of service:

  • 2 Hurontario; and
  • 8 Cawthra.

The northbound stop on Hurontario Street

  • across from Inglewood Drive (stop #0324) is also out of service, starting June 7.

Use the temporary platform 40 metres south of the plaza driveway.


Northbound MiWay passengers continue to board buses from temporary platforms “until fall 2021”, meaning as late as until November 30.

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