Infrastructure and Transportation

Sheref Sabawy gives a thumbs up at the future site of the Highway 413
Dignitaries put shovels in the ground to expand the 401

Expanding the Highway Network

Over the next five years, the Greater Golden Horseshoe region is expected to attract one million people. We do not currently have the highway capacity to meet this demand. Congestion already costs the Greater Toronto Area $11 billion per year in lost productivity, adding to the costs of goods and creating carbon emissions. Ontario needs to expand its transportation infrastructure soon.

While the opposition continually says no to infrastructure projects that will help you and your family, Sheref Sabawy and Doug Ford are saying yes.

Yes to building Highway 413, saving drivers about 30 minutes per trip. Yes to widening Highway 401, making your commute easier. Yes to building the Bradford Bypass, reducing congestion on existing roads.

Building Public Transit

Sheref Sabawy and the Ontario PCs are getting it done by investing in public transit projects and enhancing existing transportation infrastructure.

The government has gotten shovels in the ground to build the Hazel McCallion Line (Hurontario LRT), which by 2025 will serve 19 stops across Mississauga and Brampton.

Construction has also begun on the Ontario Line, a new subway line which will relieve congestion on the existing lines and create dozens of vibrant neighbourhoods along its path. In addition, the Eglinton Crosstown West Extension will connect Pearson Airport to the subway network.

Sheref Sabawy, Minister Mulroney, and other dignitaries at the construction site of the Hurontario LRT
Hazel McCallion and Sheref Sabawy at the announcement of the Hazel McCallion Line renaming

Supporting Local Projects

Sheref Sabawy and Bonnie Crombie at the announcement of the South Common Community Centre renovations

The Ontario PCs are supporting local investments which will modernize and revitalize Erin Mills. These include the $61 million renovation of the South Common Community Centre ($45 million of which has been committed by the provincial government).

Support Sheref’s Infrastructure Plans

Sheref Sabawy and the Ontario PCs will get it done to build highways, public transit systems, and key infrastructure for Mississauga.

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