The Walk and Roll Program

Walk and Roll Peel LogoLooking for tips on how to better incorporate cycling in your daily routine?

With the Walk and Roll Peel website, learn tips and benefits on walking and cycling, find events in your community and benefit from the interactive trail map that will help you locate over 700 kilometres of trails, bike lanes and paths that are waiting to be used!

Click here for more information on Walk and Roll.

Mississauga Cycling Advisory Committee

mississauga cycling advisoryFormed in 1994, the Mississauga Cycling Advisory Committee (MCAC) consists of citizen volunteer representatives, Mississauga Ward Councillors and City staff.

MCAC’s responsibility is to increase the safety, quality and quantity of multi-use recreational trails in the City of Mississauga.

For information and resources related to cycling in the City of Mississauga please visit

Don’t forget to download a copy of the trail map! Or send a request to to order free trail maps.

Mississauga Cycling Master Plan

mississauga cycling master planThe Mississauga Cycling Master Plan has been developed with the input of over 1,000 Mississauga citizens and stakeholders to help incorporate cycling into the City’s way of life.

Click here for full details or to download the Cycling Master Plan.
Click here to view or download the Proposed Mississauga Cycling Route Network.

CAA Bike Assist

Biking has always been a popular recreational activity and has been gaining popularity as a commuting option for individuals traveling to and from work. To support the growing trend, CAA has introduced its “Bike Assist” roadside assistance service to all CAA members with no additional cost.

If you run into a problem that cannot be fixed on the spot, CAA will transport you and your bicycle to wherever you need to go. It’s available to CAA members 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

View the Bike Assist FAQ to find out more.

Bike & Ride

bike and ride busBike racks are available on all Mississauga Transit & Brampton Transit buses. Each rack can hold two conventional bicycles with wheels that are at least 16 inches (41 cm) in diameter. No additional fare is required. Customers are responsible for placing bike on rack.

Click here to find out more about using the bike racks on MiWay – the new Mississauga Transit buses.

Bike-Share Programs

UTM Bike ShareBike-share programs offer a community of users a pool of bikes to borrow and return on a daily basis. There are at least two bike-share programs currently operating in the City of Mississauga. The University of Toronto at Mississauga has a student bike share program and the City of Mississauga operates a bike share program at the civic centre for city employees.

Students can go online to see the inventory of bikes available through the UTM Bike-Share Program or to sign-out a bike for the day.

City of Mississauga employees can book a free bike from the gym on the fourth floor of the civic centre. For $5 a year, city employees who cycle to work can also use the shower facilities at the Civic Centre gym.

Emergency Ride Home (ERH) Program

Smart Commute is bringing you an easier way to get home in the event of an unplanned emergency!

Emergency Ride Home Program claim forms are now available online at Expenses, once approved by Smart Commute, will be reimbursed up to $75 per trip.

For more information on the Emergency Ride Home Program and how to submit a claim, please click here.

Cycling Shops in Mississauga

Name Website Address
Bike Zone 501 Lakeshore Road Eat
The Bike Store 1170 Burnhamthorpe Road West
Gears Bike Shop 176 Lakeshore Road West
InVita Sport 2325 Matheson Blvd East
Meadowvale Bicycle Service n/a 2964 Keynes Crescent
Sunshine Home Equipment 755 Queensway East, Unit 2
Via Ciclante 222 Queen Street South
Skiis and Bikes 1945 Dundas Street East

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