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Hurontario LRT - Brampton routing options:
Open house, April 25



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In 2017, Brampton City Council directed staff to undertake a study of two possible routes for the Hurontario light rail transit line between the Brampton GO Station and Brampton Gateway Terminal along either Kennedy Road or McLaughlin Road.

Back in October 2015, Brampton city council, in a 6-5 vote, rejected the original Metrolinx plan to operate the LRT along Main Street to the GO Station. Council agreed to terminate the line at Steeles Avenue, instead of extending it downtown.

The City retained HDR to conduct the study. The HDR team is evaluating LRT routes along the two corridors and will eventually recommend a route that it prefers. The team is examining a number of criteria, such as the natural, social, economic and cultural environment and transportation factors. Other outcomes of the study include:

  • developing an operational plan;
  • determining construction staging and costs; and
  • establishing an implementation plan.

The City and HDR are also reviewing previous plans, studying the area’s current conditions and identifying an initial long list of alternative routes to analyze further.

They’ll also evaluate various alternative alignments for the line to link with Hurontario Street, underground or elevated sections, widening roadways, sharing traffic lanes with other vehciles and one- or two-way loops.

To gain your perspective on the project, the City and HDR are hosting an open house. During the event, you can learn more information about the study, have the opportunity to provide input on the preliminary alternatives and share ideas with the project team. Information about how this project relates to other ongoing City of Brampton initiatives will also be available.

The event takes place:

Wednesday, April 25
6 until 8 p.m.
Brampton City Hall Atrium
2 Wellington Street West


Getting there by public transit:

  • GO Transit trains along the 31 Kitchener line to Brampton GO Station. Walk eastward to Main Street North, then continue walking south to Main South at Wellington, beside City Hall.
  • Eastbound GO buses along the 31 Guelph / Georgetown / Toronto and 33 Guelph / Georgetown / North York routes to Main Street South south of Wellington Street West. Cross Wellington West at the signal to City Hall.
  • Westbound GO buses along the 31 Guelph / Georgetown / Toronto and 33 Guelph / Georgetown / North York routes to Wellington Street West at George Street South. Walk eastward one block to City Hall.
  • Southbound Brampton Transit buses along the 2 Main route to Main Street South at Wellington Street West beside City Hall.
  • Northbound Brampton Transit buses along the 2 Main route to Main Street South at Wellington Street West. Cross at the signal to the northwest corner and City Hall.
  • Southbound Brampton Transit buses along the 502 Züm; Main route to Wellington Züm station beside City Hall.
  • Northbound Brampton Transit buses along the 502 Züm; Main route to Mto Wellington Züm station. Cross at the signal to the northwest corner and City Hall.