News release: April 12, 2023
Peel takes part in Ontario’s Transportation Tomorrow Survey
Brampton, ON. (April 12, 2023) – This spring, over half a million households in the Greater Golden Horseshoe and surrounding areas will be asked to take part in the Transportation Tomorrow Survey (TTS), a study looking at the travel habits and preferences of residents.
This mailing will arrive at randomly selected households during the week of April 17. If you receive an invitation to take part in the survey, you are encouraged to participate. Your input will help make future planning decisions as population and employment continue to grow throughout the region, such as updating Peel’s transportation model, designing future rapid transit corridors, and implementing road improvements.
The data collected from this survey will provide Peel a better understanding of how residents interact with the transportation network and help plan improvements to roadways and active transportation facilities for all road users - drivers, pedestrians, cyclists, and public transit users.
Peel Region is participating in the TTS together with the Ministry of Transportation (MTO), Metrolinx, the TTC, and municipalities across the study area. Results from this survey will guide transportation planning and investment decisions that reflect the needs of our communities.
The survey runs through mid-June 2023 and the results will be and released in 2024. The Transportation Tomorrow Survey has been issued every five years since 1986.
To learn more about the survey and participation details, visit tts2023.ca
This survey is an excellent example of collaboration between key partners across the Greater Golden Horseshoe. It ensures the voice of the travelling public and the goods movement industry is heard, so that tomorrow's transportation network addresses today's challenges and implements solutions to keep road users moving forward efficiently and safely on Peel's roadways and beyond.
Chair Nando Iannicca, Region of Peel
Region of Peel
About Peel's transition
The Ontario government announced the dissolution of Peel Region and the establishment of a Transition Board (TB) as part of Bill 112. The Transition Board was appointed to provide recommendations to the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing on a range of restructuring matters related to the dissolution of Peel Region to make Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon independent municipalities by January 1, 2025.
To learn about the Transition Board, how it will make these recommendations, and to provide feedback to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, visit Ontario's Peel Region Transition Board website.
During our transition, Peel remains committed to providing services to residents and businesses. For information about our transition, visit Peel's transition website.
About Peel Region
Peel Region works with residents and partners to create a healthy, safe and connected Community for Life for approximately 1.5 million people and over 200,000 businesses in the cities of Brampton and Mississauga and the Town of Caledon. Peel's services touch the lives of residents every day. For more information about the Region of Peel, explore peelregion.ca and follow us on Twitter @regionofpeel and Instagram @peelregion.ca.