Downtown Brampton

​​Aligned with Brampton 2040 Vision and the Term of Council Priorities​, we are investing in building a City of Opportunities to support a creative, innovative, and entrepreneurial environment. Downtown Brampton is undergoing a transformation.

The Centre for Innovation, the Downtown Transit Terminal and the Hurontario-Main Light Rail Transit (HMLRT) are three major initiatives that have been unanimously approved by Council. These initiatives, will support downtown revitalization and new developments, creating complete communities, unlocking economic potential and reinforcing Brampton’s position on the Innovation Corridor.

With the Brampton Co-working Space, Rogers Cybersecure Catalyst, expansion of Algoma University and the numerous events in Garden Square, exciting things are happening in Downtown Brampton.


$15 Brampton Transit pass for seniors

​Brampton Transit is introducing a $15 discounted monthly pass for Brampton resident seniors 65 years of age and older. The discounted monthly pass will go on sale August 6.

$11.15 million investment for milestone electric bus pilot project

City of Brampton welcomed a significant investment by the Government of Canada in the milestone Pan-Canadian Electric Bus Demonstration and Integration Trial in Brampton.

$30 million investment in Brampton

​Founded by the City, in collaboration with Ryerson University, Rogers Cybersecure Catalyst attracts significant investment from the Government of Canada, Rogers Communications and Royal Bank of Canada.

Three transformational initiatives approved

Brampton City Council unanimously approved moving forward on three major projects that will spur downtown revitalization and enhance​