Get around Mississauga on MiWay buses. All UTM students can pick up their U-Pass for unlimited fare-free rides, and MiWay routes will take you to destinations across Mississauga. They also connect with neighbouring transit systems such as the Toronto Transit Commission, Brampton Transit and Oakville Transit. UTM students also get a discounted rate on GO Transit, a regional network of train lines and bus routes that spans the GTA and extends to the Hamilton Area.
Whether you’re planning a long trip, or need a quick ride, public transit can be a convenient and cost-effective option.
Pick up your GO Transit student ID card at a TCard office
Catch the UTM Shuttle Bus to the St. George campus. Students just need to show a valid student TCard to ride, and buses run every 20 minutes during the week. You can also catch a separate shuttle bus from UTM to Sheridan College, Trafalgar Campus.
Accessible Transportation options
From specially equipped MiWay buses, to accessible spaces on the Shuttle Bus and door-to-door Wheel Trans service, you’ll find many ways to get around Mississauga and the campus.
Walking and Biking
Explore well-lit walking paths linking buildings at UTM, along with a rapidly growing network of on- and off-road cycling paths. You can rent a bike for no charge or learn how to repair your own bike for free at the UTM BikeShare, a pioneering service at UTM.
Find out about UTM BikeShare
If you’re driving to campus, you’ll find safe and convenient student parking lots available, along with affordable parking pass options. You might want to consider the carpool program, and find out if you’re eligible for the eco park rebate.