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Cooksville Mobility Hub Study

  • This study examines how the community will be affected by the introduction of significant city- and region-wide improvements to higher-order transit being planned in Cooksville.
  • Homes for as many as 11,000 additional residents are being planned within walking distance of transit in Cooksville, with the intention of prioritizing sustainable transportation alternatives.
  • To help achieve the City of Mississauga’s strategic goals, provincial growth targets, and the Metrolinx vision of an integrated transportation network, the study identifies key pedestrian, cycling, and automotive connections throughout the neighbourhood, along with supportive land uses and urban design.
  • The goal of the study is to create a new vision for the community that will enhance travel choices, economic vitality, recreation options, and overall quality of life.
  • In addition to an overall plan for the neighbourhood, WSP developed a more detailed plan for the GO Transit station area, identifying important development blocks, connections, and facilities to enable the development of a transit-oriented, mixed-use neighbourhood adjacent to the station entrance.


  • Environmental, Architectural, and Infrastructural Analysis
  • Concept Design

Location: Mississauga, Ontario