Getting Ontario Moving

Friends and neighbours,

Our government recognizes the importance of building infrastructure. Over the last few years we have been working hard to build the world-class transit and highway projects that Ontarians deserve.

For example, in December of 2022, the Highway 401 expansion from Mississauga to Milton was completed. Many constituents have reached out to tell me about the tremendous impact that this investment has had at reducing congestion on the Highway 401.

And we’re just getting started. Projects like the Highway 413 and the Hazel McCallion LRT will continue to connect commuters in Mississauga to their destinations.

In fact, Ontario is currently undertaking the largest transit expansion in North America. The Ontario Line, the Scarborough subway extension, the Eglinton Crosstown, and the Dundas BRT — just to name a few. With $70.5 billion being invested in transit projects, we’re connecting commuters to their destinations in a fast and efficient manner.

These transportation projects will get people and goods moving and make life easier for all Ontarians. Rest assured, we will get it done.


Sheref Sabawy
Member of Provincial Parliament
Mississauga—Erin Mills

MPP Sabawy, Minister Mulroney, Minister Cho, and other MPPs wearing protective construction gear give a thumbs up in front of a section of track for the Hazel McCallion LRT.