The City of Mississauga has published a draft Complete Streets Guide. DTAH is the lead consultant with a multi-disciplinary team that includes Michael King/Traffic Calmer, HDR, and LURA Consulting. The document will guide street design and decision-making, reflecting the needs and concerns of the community while incorporating best practice from national organizations, peer cities, and advocacy groups.

Complete Streets guidelines and policies ensure that all street users including pedestrians, cyclists, public transportation users and drivers are accommodated and feel comfortable and safe. Measures can include installing cycling facilities, building sidewalks, adding dedicated public transit lanes, and implementing measures to slow down traffic.

The City of Mississauga is conducting a short survey to gather feedback on the guide. The survey closes on May 1, 2022.

Read the Complete Streets Guide

Take the survey