Downtown Brampton Transit Hub

Downtown Brampton Transit Hub

Project Overview

The City is undertaking a study to plan and design a new transit hub in the Downtown Core, to address future transit needs and take advantage of opportunities to better integrate with other initiatives in Downtown Brampton. Such as the Brampton LRT, GO Kitchener Two-Way All-Day service, Queen Street-Highway 7 BRT and Downtown Revitalization Program.

Through this study, the City will identify future transit hub requirements, such as operational, passenger amenities, operator facilities, etc., determine the right site for the transit hub, identify the most appropriate delivery model for the hub – either as a stand-alone facility or integrated with new development, and procurement model (traditional vs Public-Private Partnership) for the hub.

The transit hub plan will be developed in coordination with other projects in the area, and in consultation with area stakeholders, throughout the pre-TPAP technical analyses and subsequent formal Transit Project Assessment Process.

This initiative will support positive business impacts, employment opportunities, land value, and improve the lives of the downtown community.

Current Status

The project team is carrying out the pre-planning activities including initiation notices, background reviews, technical studies, and initial outreach to the stakeholders. A first PIC is anticipated in Fall of this year. This section will be updated as the project progresses. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Documents and Reports​

Related Projects​​

Contact the Project Team

Kumar Ranjan, P.Eng.
Manager, Higher Order Transit EA
City of Brampton

Andrew Shea, P.Eng.

Consultant Project Manager​

HDR Corporation