Transportation in Mississauga
Mississauga Transit operates over 90 bus routes within this city. They also offer a shuttle bus service to the Mississauga City Centre, the Cooksville Go Station, and the Meadowvale Go Station. Mississauga is well served by Go Transit bus and train service; Port Credit, Clarkson, Dixie, Cooksville, Erindale, Streetsville, Meadowvale and Malton all have their own Go Train station. The train ride from the Port Credit and Clarkson stations on the Lakeshore, to downtown Toronto’s Union Station, takes approximately 30 minutes. The train ride to Toronto from Mississauga’s other stations, can take 25 to 45 minutes depending on which station you are departing from.
Mississauga is well connected to all points in the Greater Toronto area by a vast network of 400 series highways that criss-cross through this city. In particular Mississauga residents are well served by the Queen Elizabeth Way on-ramps at the south-end of the city, and Highway 401 on-ramps at the north-end of the city.
All commuting times provided are approximate times only. Commute times may increase or decrease depending on where you live within the neighbourhood and the time of day i.e rush hour versus off hour commutes. Time estimates to subway are applicable to Toronto only. (This estimate is based on walk or bus line connection whichever is quicker). All other commute times on the chart below are based on drive times.