Let your fingers do the walking and have your say as the Region of Peel develops its Sustainable Transportation Strategy (STS) to help build a safe, efficient, healthy transportation system for all users.

By 2041, Peel’s population is projected to grow by nearly 40%, increasing from slightly over 1.3 million people today to nearly 2 million people. The Region will face further increases in traffic congestion, infrastructure demand, health concerns and environmental issues unless it plans for a system that fully realizes the potential of walking, cycling, transit and carpooling to manage demand. The STS is being developed as a plan to encourage more people to choose these alternate types of travel.

Mississauga Bus Terminal

You can help. Tell the Region about transportation issues that are important to you by taking this short, fun online survey: https://peelsts.metroquest.ca/ .

Want more information? Attend a Public Information Centre to learn more from staff who will also answer questions and gather your input.

Public Information Centre Dates and Locations:

Town of Caledon
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
2-9 pm
Banquet Hall A
Caledon Community Complex
6215 Old Church Rd
Caledon, ON L7C 1J7
City of Brampton*
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
2-9 pm
Hudson’s Bay Court
Bramalea City Centre
25 Peel Centre Dr.
Brampton, ON L6T 3R5
City of Mississauga
Thursday, January 19, 2017
Centre Court
Erin Mills Town Centre
5100 Erin Mills Pkwy
Mississauga, ON L5M 4Z5

*January 18th Public information Centre will also include information on the City of Brampton Active Transportation Master Plan

Visit http://letsmovepeel.ca/ to learn more about the Region of Peel’s Sustainable Transportation Strategy and Long Range Transportation Plan.
Region of Peel

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