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Major transit station areas in Peel Region:
Open house, July 9



The Region of Peel is conducting a major transit station areas study to establish policies that support developing complete communities in Peel by planning for higher-density mixed-use growth in areas with current or future transit (for example: GO Transit stations, light rail transit and bus rapid transit.)

The Region considers major transit station areas (MTSAs) as lands within a 500-to-800-metre radius (a 10-minute walk) of a transit station or stop. It intends to encourage developers to build high-density, mixed-use, transit-supportive neighbourhoods that provide access to local amenities, jobs, housing and recreation opportunities in these areas.

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Key objectives of the Region’s study are:

  • identifying and prioritizing major transit station areas in Peel;
  • delineating MTSA boundaries;
  • establishing minimum or alternative densities for the areas; and
  • developing Regional Official Plan policies.

The Government of Ontario’s Growth Plan, 2019 introduced new directions for upper-tier municipalities to work collaboratively with lower-tier municipalities to align transit investment and land-use planning by directing transit-supportive densities to MTSAs on priority transit corridors.

As part of the Region of Peel 2041 Official Plan and Municipal Comprehensive Review, the Region is developing a strategy and policies to guide how MTSAs across the Region accommodate growth. Peel is collaborating with Brampton, Caledon, and Mississauga to undertake this project.


The Region is hosting a drop-in open house Tuesday, July 9, from 4 until 8 p.m. so you can learn about the study. The venue is the Region of Peel’s Mississauga Service Centre, 7120 Hurontario Street, Main Floor Cafeteria.

During the open house, you’ll have the opportunity to review the location of potential MTSAs in the Region, speak to the study team and participate in an interactive exercise about factors that support successful transit-oriented communities.

Getting there by public transit

  • Southbound Brampton Transit buses along the 2 Main route to Hurontario Street at Kingsway Drive, just south of the venue.
  • Northbound BT buses along the 2 Main route to Hurontario Street across from Kingsway Drive. Cross at the signals to the northwest corner. Walk northwards to the venue.
  • Southbound BT buses along the 6 James Potter route to Hurontario Street across from Kingsway Drive. Cross at the signals to the northwest corner. Walk northwards to the venue.
  • Northbound BT buses along the 6 James Potter route to Hurontario Street at Kingsway Drive, just south of the venue.
  • Southbound BT buses along the 502 Züm Main route to Derry Züm station. Walk northward along the west side of Hurontario two blocks to the venue.
  • Northbound BT buses along the 502 Züm Main route to Derry Züm station. Cross at the signal to the northwest corner. Walk northward along the west side of Hurontario two blocks to the venue.
  • Southbound MiWay buses along the 19 Hurontario route to Hurontario Street at Kingsway Drive, just south of the venue.
  • Northbound MiWay buses along the 19 Hurontario route to Hurontario Street across from Kingsway Drive. Cross at the signals to the northwest corner. Walk northwards to the venue.
  • Southbound MiWay buses along the 103 Hurontario express route to Derry Road West. Walk northward along the west side of Hurontario two blocks to the venue.
  • Northbound MiWay buses along the 103 Hurontario express route to Derry Road West. Cross at the signal to the northwest corner. Walk northward along the west side of Hurontario two blocks to the venue.
  • Eastbound MiWay buses along the 42 Derry and 104 Derry express routes to Derry Road West at Hurontario Street. Cross at the signal to the northwest corner. Walk northward along the west side of Hurontario two blocks to the venue.
  • Westbound MiWay buses along the 42 Derry and 104 Derry express routes to Derry Road West west of Hurontario Street. Walk northward along the west side of Hurontario two blocks to the venue.