Downtown Revitalization & Capital Projects

HomeDowntown Revitalization & Capital Projects

The Downtown Brampton BIA Capital Infrastructure Committee works with the City of Brampton and a number of many local community stakeholders to keep communications strong on the progress of these projects and to vocalize any issues and/or concerns for the business community at large.

WELCOME TO DOWNTOWN BRAMPTON

Downtown Brampton is undergoing a transformation. The City continues to revitalize its downtown, creating a vibrant and connected community where residents and businesses can thrive. The City of Brampton continues to support the growing needs of community members by highlighting popular activities, events and destinations that are free to explore in the Downtown Brampton core for Bramptonians and visitors.

NOTICE OF EMERGENCY REPAIRS AND TRAFFIC IMPACTS Main St. North: 18-1380 Public Notice – Emergency Repairs Traffic Impacts – Jul 25 22

NOTICE FOR TRAFFIC IMPACTS DURING SERVICE CONNECTIONS: 18-1380 Traffic During Connections Notice – Queen St E Jun 27 22

PUBLIC NOTICE FOR LOADING/UNLOADING/DELIVERIES: 18-1380 Stage 1 Business Notice – Updated May 9 22

Region of Peel Project Website

Active Transportation

Active Transportation

Active Transportation (walking, cycling and other self-propelled mobility options) presents one of the greatest untapped opportunities for reducing single occupant vehicle trips, and for addressing a host of community design and public health issues. Incorporating global best practices in active transportation and promoting the concept of ‘complete streets’ and ‘sustainable’ community design is a guiding principle for the City’s planning and engineering efforts.

Etobicoke Creek

Riverwalk

Downtown Brampton lies within the Etobicoke Creek floodplain. Provincial policies around hazard management restrict the type and amount of development that can occur there today.  Riverwalk will be a transformative opportunity to help revitalize Brampton’s downtown and make it healthy, sustainable and resilient.

Queen Street

Queen Street Master Plan

Queen Street is a major east-west road running through the city of Brampton and becoming Highway 7 in York Region’s City of Vaughan. It is a key arterial link to major centres beyond Brampton’s boundaries. The City of Brampton is looking to a long-term revitalization and urbanized intensification along this corridor and transit service along this route will play a critical role in the development of this area.