Starting Monday, January 4, 2021, MiWay will begin offering services at the new Kipling Bus Terminal.
The new Kipling Bus Terminal, located at Dundas Street and Subway Crescent in Toronto, connects MiWay (express and local) to the Toronto Transit Commission (subway and bus) and the Government of Ontario’s GO Transit (train and bus) under one transit hub, creating easy and convenient access for commuters. All MiWay routes that previously ended at Islington Station will end at the new Kipling Bus Terminal, which was constructed by Metrolinx. With this change, 10 MiWay routes will no longer service TTC Islington Station.
“This investment is significant and builds important connections to and from Mississauga, offering additional transit options to commuters and expanding Mississauga’s transit network,” said Mayor Bonnie Crombie. “This project not only responds to growing traffic congestion, it also supports the economic growth and prosperity of Mississauga and the Greater Toronto Hamilton Area (GTHA). This is a big step forward in building, connecting and delivering a world-class transit system to commuters in the GTHA.”
Route 26 Burnhamthorpe will service Islington Station via on-street stops (eastbound and westbound) before ending at the new Kipling Bus Terminal.
At the Kipling Transit Hub, the new bus terminal is located on the west side of the TTC Kipling Subway and Bus Station. Some of the terminal features include real-time departure screens at each of the 10 MiWay bus stop platforms, an underground pedestrian tunnel connecting the new MiWay bus terminal and the existing TTC station (completion in early 2021) and a pedestrian bridge over the train tracks, complete with elevators, to connect the new bus terminal to the GO train platform.
Substantial completion of construction is scheduled for January 2021.