Welcome to the University of Toronto Mississauga Parking & Transportation Services Website
Fall/Winter Office Hours (Tues. Sept. 2 - Fri. May 1, 2015)
Monday - Thursday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm & Friday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm (Closed weekends, holidays & University closures)
Strike by CUPE 3902, Unit 1 – Campus Open, Potential delays accessing campus
The University of Toronto Mississauga is open, and classes, exams, events and community programs are proceeding as normal.
There may be picketing at the three entrances to the UTM campus, and as a result, there may be delays accessing campus.
Transportation & Parking
If you can avoid bringing a vehicle onto campus, you may wish to consider using Mississauga Transit or being dropped off on Mississauga Road, then walking onto campus.
Mississauga Transit will load and unload UTM passengers at signed, temporary stops along Mississauga Road. For current information on Mississauga Transit route modifications, visit www.miway.ca/alerts. Scheduled users of Peel TransHelp should contact the TransHelp dispatcher regarding any impacts on drop-off/pick-up locations.
Due to possible disruptions associated with picketing by CUPE 3902, Unit 1, U of T Mississauga will temporarily relocate its shuttle bus stops off-campus for UTM/St. George and UTM/Sheridan shuttles at both the Mississauga and St. George campuses.
At the Mississauga Campus: The alternate shuttle stop location at UTM will be in place for shuttle service between the hours of 7:35 a.m. and 6:55 p.m. for UTM/St. George and UTM/Sheridan shuttles. The alternate location will be near UTM’s main entrance at the north-west corner of Mississauga Road and The Collegeway. UTM service outside of these hours will use the regular shuttle bus stop locations at UTM.
At the St. George Campus: The alternate shuttle stop location at St. George will be in place for all shuttle service for the full duration of the strike. The alternate location will be on the corner of Hoskin Avenue and Tower Road, behind Hart House.
View a map of the alternate shuttle bus locations here. Further information about shuttle transportation for the UTM/St. George and UTM/Sheridan shuttle buses will be posted at on-campus shuttle bus shelters.
Campus parking lots will remain available, and normal parking control measures will remain in effect. Off campus, the City of Mississauga enforces "No Parking" zones, does not allow parking over sidewalks or on paved boulevards adjacent to driveways. Legal street parking in Mississauga is limited to three hours unless otherwise posted. For Mississauga Parking Control inquiries, call 905-896-5678.
For transit information, please contact:
Shuttle bus service
For updates, please visit www.utm.utoronto.ca under the Strike Update section. Updates will also be posted to the UTM Facebook page and twitter accounts. In addition, updates will be recorded on UTM’s phone line at 905-569-4455.
More information is available on the website for the Office of the Vice-President & Provost.
UTM Students wishing to purchase a parking permit may do so at the Parking & Transportation Office located in the Alumni House, room 108. Permits must be purchased in person and we accept debit or credit for payment.
When applying for your parking permit in person, UTM students must provide their TCard to confirm eligibility. (Eligibility check will be done at time of purchase). Parking permits are limited and available to UTM students only.
Unreserved P4/P8 annual/sessional, Reserved P5 and select Carpool are available while quantities last
Premium Unreserved, Reserved P1 and CCT Underground Garage permits are Sold Out - you may request to be added to a waitlist with the Parking & Transportation Office.
Permits are for UTM students, staff and faculty only.
Permits are sold on a first come, first served basis. Availability is not guaranteed
Lost or stolen permits will not be replaced - regardless of the circumstance.
New Notice and Process for Parking Violations:
Please be advised that effective June 1, 2014, the City of Mississauga will be issuing penalty notices (parking tickets) under the Administrative Penalty System (APS) for most parking violations. Accessible parking tickets will continue to be managed through the Provincial Offenses Court. For more information about APS, please contact the City here.