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City of Brampton developing first-ever Parking Plan

​Residents, businesses, and local stakeholders invited to provide feedback
BRAMPTON, ON (January 5, 2022) – As the city of Brampton rapidly grows, the way people move throughout the city continues to change. To help improve infrastructure planning, manage parking resources, and support the future needs of residents and businesses, the City of Brampton is conducting its first-ever citywide parking review.

Parking requirements have an impact on affordable housing, development costs and land use planning. This plan will help to better align with the needs of residents and businesses to develop complete, healthy, walkable communities that ensure the needs and safety of all road users are considered and appropriately accommodated.

Through this process, the City will review current challenges and opportunities, and benchmark best practices in other jurisdictions. The Brampton Parking Plan will provide guiding principles and recommendations on policies and efficient parking management for the future.

Developing the Brampton Parking Plan
The first phase of the plan will review links between parking issues and the broader economic, social and environmental goals of the City to develop a vision and policy framework. 

In its second phase, recommendations for a business and financial model for parking within the city will be presented for review.

To support the first-ever Parking Strategy, the City of Brampton has engaged IBI Group. This plan will align with other current strategies including Brampton Plan and Housing Brampton.

Have your say
Residents and stakeholders including businesses, not-for-profit groups, and the taxi and trucking industries are invited to participate in an online engagement session on Thursday, January 13 from 6 – 8 pm to learn more about the study and provide feedback.

Online surveys will also be available until January 28.

To register for the event, complete the survey and learn more, visit

“In recent years, Brampton has seen greater intensification along transportation corridors and a significant increase in transit ridership.  As we move forward, it’s important that we engage with stakeholders to understand how our roads are currently being used and how we can best plan for the future. I encourage everyone to participate in the engagement session or complete our survey to provide feedback and be part of this process.”
Patrick Brown, Mayor, City of Brampton

“The Brampton Parking Plan will provide us with the information needed to create a strategy for the future. We are asking all residents and stakeholders to participate in this process to help us plan how parking will evolve as Brampton continues to grow and move.”
- Martin Medeiros, Regional Councillor, Wards 3 & 4; Chair, Planning and Development, City of Brampton

“Brampton's Parking Plan will provide us with the information necessary to identify parking opportunities and plan in a smarter, more efficient way. By working with our municipal partners and members of the community, we will be able to develop a comprehensive plan reflective of Brampton’s current and future needs.”
- David Barrick, Chief Administrative Officer, City of Brampton


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Jacqueline Fulton
Senior Advisor, Media Relations, City of Brampton
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