Seniors’ One Dollar MiWay Ride Extended into 2016

This week, Mississauga City Council extended the one dollar cash MiWay fare for seniors that began in June. City andRegion of Peel staff will report back in 2016 on the findings of the one dollar pilot and the Region’s Affordable Transit Pilot Program.

The one dollar cash fare for seniors is valid on MiWay during off-peak hours:

  • Weekdays from 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
  • Weekdays after 7 p.m.
  • Anytime on weekends or holidays

On request, senior riders (age 65+) must present a piece of valid photo identification or a MiWay issued senior identification card to the bus driver to receive the one dollar fare.

For more information on the MiWay one dollar fare, visit miway.ca/busfares

Council Endorses Request for Expansion of Provincial Greenbelt

Mississauga City Council has endorsed a plan to expand the Provincial Greenbelt Plan Area by designating public lands within the Credit River corridor as Urban River Valley. This decision builds on a recommendation from the Natural Heritage and Urban Forest Strategy.

“Mississauga’s natural heritage system and urban forest are a significant part of our city’s landscape,” said Ward 8 Councillor Matt Mahoney. “As Chair of the Environmental Action Committee, I would like to thank the many groups involved in this great initiative for their support of environmental conservation and sustainability in the City of Mississauga.”

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