Major Transit Station Areas

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A Major Transit Station Area (MTSA) is the area including and around any existing or planned higher order transit station or stop. The City is working closely with the Region of Peel to identify MTSA boundaries and policies to support transit development.

The bus rapid transit (BRT) stations along the Dundas Street corridor will be encompassed in the MTSA work. The recommendations of the Master Plan will be incorporated into the MTSA policies. This will provide a framework that defines the density, heights, and land uses for each MTSA, and will provide direction for future development within the corridor in line with the Dundas Connects Master Plan. In addition to the Master Plan recommendations, existing and potential development will be considered to develop policies that reflect the unique character of each MTSA and to define their appropriate boundaries.

Once the Region of Peel implements the MTSA policies into the Regional Official Plan, the City will implement the same through amendments to the City's Official Plan. Learn more about the Region of Peel’s assessment of major transit station areas.

Contact

For more information about this project, please contact Romas Juknevicius, romas.juknevicius@mississauga.ca or Bashar Al-Hussaini, Planner, bashar.al-hussaini@mississauga.ca.

To learn more about the work the Region of Peel is doing, please contact Duran Wedderburn, Principal Planner, duran.wedderburn@peelregion.ca.

A Major Transit Station Area (MTSA) is the area including and around any existing or planned higher order transit station or stop. The City is working closely with the Region of Peel to identify MTSA boundaries and policies to support transit development.

The bus rapid transit (BRT) stations along the Dundas Street corridor will be encompassed in the MTSA work. The recommendations of the Master Plan will be incorporated into the MTSA policies. This will provide a framework that defines the density, heights, and land uses for each MTSA, and will provide direction for future development within the corridor in line with the Dundas Connects Master Plan. In addition to the Master Plan recommendations, existing and potential development will be considered to develop policies that reflect the unique character of each MTSA and to define their appropriate boundaries.

Once the Region of Peel implements the MTSA policies into the Regional Official Plan, the City will implement the same through amendments to the City's Official Plan. Learn more about the Region of Peel’s assessment of major transit station areas.

Contact

For more information about this project, please contact Romas Juknevicius, romas.juknevicius@mississauga.ca or Bashar Al-Hussaini, Planner, bashar.al-hussaini@mississauga.ca.

To learn more about the work the Region of Peel is doing, please contact Duran Wedderburn, Principal Planner, duran.wedderburn@peelregion.ca.