Experience the Stations

The Mississauga Transitway, and its modern stations, encourages residents to leave the car behind and ride MiWay.

Discover art on your commute

“Building Colour”, is a public art project by artist Panya Clark Espinal at seven stations. Take a moment during your daily commute to marvel at the bronze sculptures, architectural glass and touch-activated colour changing LED lights. Building Colour stages the tools and equipment of glass installation, simulating a work site which is momentarily unoccupied by its workers.
Coloured Glass

4 Bronze Pieces:

  • Scale model of station
  • Scale model of crate
  • Pile of LEGO
  • Small milk carton
Coloured Glass

6 Bronze Pieces:

  • Caulking gun
  • Caulking tube
  • Triple vacuum cup
  • Stack of books
  • Thermos and lid
  • Hood
Interactive Glass, located on the upper platform under the stair. Touch the toolbox to influence the colour change.

4 Bronze Pieces:

  • A-frame dolly
  • Tool box
  • Cardboard boxes
  • Lunch container, knife and fork
Coloured Glass

8 Bronze Pieces:

  • Tool box
  • Triple vacuum cup
  • Gloves
  • Measuring tape
  • Dutchie and spacer
  • Gasket tape ball
  • Lighter
  • Coffee cup
Interactive Glass, 4 touch sensitive locations at each window on platform level. Touch the glass to see it change around you.

7 Bronze Pieces:

  • Stacks of caulking tubes
  • Hard hat
  • Drill box with drill
  • Tool belt with tools
  • Cardboard box
  • First aid kit
  • Cell phone on book
Coloured Glass

3 Bronze Pieces:

  • Tool belt with tools
  • Camera
  • Large milk carton
Interactive Glass, located under the stairs at the lower platform, touch the paint cans to influence the colour change.

1 Bronze Piece:

  • Paint cans


Benefits of the Mississauga Transitway

A trip across the city shouldn’t feel like wasted time. Try the Mississauga Transitway for a congestion-free commute. With no rush hour grid lock, buses every 5 minutes at peak hours, and free parking at four stations, the Mississauga Transitway is your hassle-free way to travel.

Find out which Mississauga Transitway station and route takes you to work.


Yes, you can travel on MiExpress route 107 between City Centre Transit Terminal and the LINK train at Viscount Station. Plan your trip along the transitway to the airport.
The 12 stations are located west to east, between Winston Churchill Blvd. and Renforth Dr. Locate your closest station on our interactive map.
Yes, there is Wi-Fi Internet access at every Mississauga Transitway station. Check out other station amenities.
The stations on the east segment of the Mississauga Transitway (City Centre Transit Terminal to Renforth Station) have electronic signage with real-time bus information. You can also check for route and stop schedules and real-time bus updates on our trip planner.
Yes, there is free, convenient parking at the following four stations:


  • Winston Churchill
  • Erin Mills
  • Cawthra
  • Dixie
Yes, the Mississauga Transitway connects with several other transit service providers including the TTC, GO Transit, and Brampton Transit. GO bus service is available at the following stations:


  • Winston Churchill
  • Erin Mills
  • Square One GO Bus Terminal, via the City Centre Transit Terminal
  • Dixie
  • Renforth Station
There are bicycle lock-up areas at all 12 stations and select stations include bike roll-ups, allowing for easier access to the platform. Cycling is not permitted on the transitway. Bus bike racks (which hold two bicycles) are on all MiWay buses. Learn how to use a bike rack.
Public washroom are available for customers at City Centre Transit Terminal and Renforth Station
Station hours along the transitway vary. Visit our Stations & Routes page for individual station hours.
Yes! MiWay buses travelling on the transitway will stop at each station.