The City of Mississauga’s proposed Parking Master Plan, “Parking Matters” is now available for public comment.
The master plan details how community parking will evolve as the City continues to grow and transform. The plan’s content reflects the input received during extensive public and stakeholder consultation staff conducted over the past two years.
“The Parking Master Plan and Implementation Strategy looks at all aspects of parking in Mississauga,” said Andy Harvey, Director, Traffic Management and Municipal Parking. “Parkingpolicy, planning, funding and emerging technologies were studied to develop an approach to parking that is made for Mississauga.The Parking Master Plan will help improve efficiency, manage parking in the future and better align public and private parking with transportation and economic development goals across the City.”
The master plan provides short and long-term recommendations focused on 10 themes. These include Municipal Parking Provisions and Management, Funding and Finance, Safety and Accessibility and Technology and Innovation.
Visit the Parking Matters website to provide comments. All input received by May 31 will be considered.
The master plan will go to General Committee for approval on June 12.
Learn more about Parking Matters in Mississauga.
The City of Mississauga is creating a planning framework that will guide future development to support transit in the Clarkson Transit Station Area (TSA). And we’d like your input! Join us at a community meeting to help us create a vision for the future of the Clarkson TSA.
Community Meeting for Clarkson Transit Station Area Study
Wednesday, December 5, 2018
3:30 – 5:30 p.m. or 7 – 9 p.m.
Presentations at 3:40 p.m. and 7:10 p.m.
Clarkson Community Church
1880 Lakeshore Road West, Mississauga[Map]
Learn more about the study and how you can help at yoursay.mississauga.ca/Clarkson.
The Government of Ontario and their partners at Metrolinx are investing in convenient, integrated transit across the province. This includes electrification of GO train lines. In Mississauga, the Lakeshore West GO line will undergo changes to allow for electrification and 15-minute, two-way service all day.
To prepare for these changes, the City of Mississauga is developing a plan for the area surrounding the Clarkson GO Station. The Clarkson Transit Station Area Study will provide a planning framework to guide future development. The City wants to ensure that development will support transit and contribute to the walkability of the area. In addition, the study seeks to:
- Gather feedback from stakeholders and the local community
- Complete a transportation assessment
- Explore the possibility of converting employment lands
- Develop a land use plan and policies.
The City of Mississauga is leading the Clarkson Transit Station Area Study in partnership with the Region of Peel. A consultant team led by The Planning Partnership and supported by LEA Consulting and Cushman & Wakefield ULC is providing expertise in land use planning, policy development, urban design, transportation and economic viability.