Mississauga Bus Rapid Transit stations share common theme but sport custom details

The route will connect with Toronto public transit.

March 31, 2017 |

Courtesy of IBI Group

An 18-kilometer transit corridor running east and west across Mississauga, known as the Mississauga Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project, will connect the city with Toronto.

The BRT will support local, express, GO Transit, and other intercity bus services for thousands of passengers on a daily basis. As such, a plethora of new stations were required. IBI Group, working as a sub-consultant to MMM Group, developed the initial conceptual design for all 12 proposed stations. The company went on to produce the construction documents for nine new stations along the grade-separated segments of the BRT corridor.

The new stations all share a common design theme, but each one has been customized to better relate to site-specific conditions and meet ancillary facilities requirements.

Each bus station shares features such as at-grade entry, pedestrian bridges, and trenched bus ways. Some of the included facilities are commuter parking, passenger drop off zones, and Bike & Ride.

G+A International helped with station branding to provide the BRT with a distinctive identity.

 

Courtesy of IBI Group.

 

Courtesy of IBI Group.

 

Courtesy of IBI Group.

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