​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The Study will take some time including the completion of technical studies and public consultation, and is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2024:

Extensive consultation will be conducted throughout the Study, giving the community opportunities to review alternative routes, concepts, and designs, and to provide feedback. Preliminary timelines for Public Information Centres and other consultations are as follows:

  • Open House No. 1 - June 22 to July 31 202​0​​​
  • Open House No. 2 - Fall 2020
  • Initiate New/Revised Transit Project Assessment process (TPAP) - Early 2024
  • Open House No. 3 - Summer 2024
  • Completion of TPAP - End of 2024

Ontario EA Act requirements

  • This Study is aimed at ensuring we provid​e the best LRT system for Brampton, respecting local needs and supporting anticipated growth in a sustainable way.
  • We will be asking for input from the public to ensure that the LRT meets Brampton’s transportation needs and is thoughtfully integrated into communities in a way that fosters vibrancy, accessibility, and connectivity.​

Get Involved

Your first hand local knowledge of the study area is valuable to the project team. You will be able to participate in person at future public information centres, workshops, or through online engagement in the comfort of your own home.

You can contact us at any time with your feedback, ideas, and questions using any of the means below:

Compton Bobb, LEL, MCSCE, ENV SP
Senior Project Engineer
Higher Order Transit
Brampton Transit
City of Brampton
Phone: 905.874.2581

Nico Malfara, P.Eng
Project Manager
HDR Corporation
Phone: 647.333.3624

By contacting one of the above mentioned contacts and requesting to be placed on the project’s mailing list, you’ll receive updates from us on the progress of the LRT Extension Study. Through e-mail, we'll send out notices and community consultation locations & dates. We ask for your address only so we can have a sense of whether we're involving people across our entire city.

Comments and information will be kept on file for use durin​g the study.

Under the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, all personal information, such as name, address, telephone number and property location included in all submissions, will be kept confidential. Only comments will become part of the public record files for this project. Questions about this collection should be addressed to the City of Brampton.​​​​​​​​​