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The Queen Street-Highway 7 Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project is a proposed rapid transit line in the cities of Brampton and Vaughan.

The project's study area covers a 24-kilometre corridor along Queen Street and Highway 7, with 18-kilometres in Brampton, which would create a crucial east-to-west transit spine connecting the northwest and northcentral sections of the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA).

This infrastructure planning study is being led by Metrolinx, with ​support from the City of Brampton, Peel Region, and York Region.

The City of Brampton is a key stakeholder in the project. A rapid transit corridor on Queen Street was identified as a key Council priority to support population and employment growth, improve connectivity, and increase the share of trips made using transit.​


 What is BRT?


Dedicated lanes and shorter travel times


Enhanced transit stops with higher standards of passenger amenities


Smart signals to support smoother traffic flow


Frequent service


Passenger information systems​​​​

 Contact the Project Team

Share your comments and suggestions regarding planning for the Queen Street - Highway 7 Bus Rapid Transit (BRT). Visit the Metrolinx Queen Street - Highway 7 BRT Contact Us page.​​​​​​