Meadowvale...I Live Here...I Sell Here...
December 16th, 2017 
Gary Sullivan
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Access is unquestionably an important factor in all aspects of the real estate market. Mississauga is outfitted with an impressive transportation infrastructure that accommodates movement "far and wide".  Below is a summary of what makes the city a transportation haven:

  • It is the only city in the GTA (Greater Toronto Area) with seven major highway routes including 401 (North America's busiest highway with 6 interchanges in Mississauga), 403 (a multi-lane highway connecting the QEW with the 401), 409 (providing a direct link from 401 and 427 to Pearson Airport, 410 (linking Mississauga to Brampton), 427 (links Toronto with Mississauga and norther areas), QEW (connecting the Greater Toronto Area to U.S.A. and 407 (cutting across the north and west boundaries of Mississauga, connecting to the northern Greater Toronto Area and Oshawa and the first all-electronic toll road in the world)
  • It is home to Pearson International Airport, the nation's busiest and largest with over 65 airlines to over 180 destinations, connecting Mississauga to the world for passengers and cargo; the aforementioned highways also connect Mississauga travelers to other popular airports such as Hamilton, Toronto City Centre, Oshawa Municipal and Brampton
  • CN (Canadian National) and CP (Canadian Pacific), the nations two major railways have main lines crossing through Mississauga; they also provide (increasingly popular) intermodal services in Brampton, Etobicoke and Vaughan
  • The Port of Toronto and the Port of Hamilton are two of the largest ports of the Great Lakes and Mississauga is located right in between them
  • Mississauga is a one day trucking drive from major destinations such as Boston, New York, Chicago, Washington D.C., and Montreal
  • Public transit includes Mississauga Transit (Ontario's third largest municipal transit system connecting to TTC, Brampton Transit, Oakville Transit and Go Transit); Go Transit provides communter service throughout the GTA; there is a proposed rapid transit system for 2012

 

Source:

City of Mississauga, Economic Development Office (http://www.mississauga.ca/file/COM/2011_Transportation.pdf), March -11

 

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