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The Hurontario Light Rail Transit Project

The Hurontario LRT - Neighbourhood Updates

The Hurontario LRT will run from Port Credit GO Station in the city of Mississauga to the Brampton Gateway Terminal at Steeles Avenue.

Along its route, the Hurontario LRT will be traversing the traditional territories of many Nations, including the Anishnabek, Huron-Wendat, Haudenosaunee, Ojibway and Chippewa peoples and home of Métis. Metrolinx is committed to working with Indigenous Nations to better understand the important histories and rights of the peoples that have and continue to live in this area.
 

Hurontario LRT stops and how it connects with transit routes in both Mississauga and Brampton.

 

Artist’s rendering showing the elevated guideway carrying the Hurontario LRT over the highway 403 bridge
 Artist’s rendering of the interior of the Operations Maintenance Storage Facility and the parked LRT vehicles
construction crews investigate materials under the roadway using a borehole drilling machine.
Woman using a video conference tool to engage virtually.
Artist’s rendering of the future Hurontario LRT City Centre stop.
Artist’s rendering of the future Hurontario LRT City Centre stop.
Artist’s rendering of the future Hurontario LRT City Centre stop.