Be Safe, Be Seen, Be Courteous: Brush Up on Mississauga’s Trail Etiquette.
Do you use the Lake Aquitaine or Lake Wabukayne trails? Check out our new Share the Trail sign! To share feedback on our new signage, use our feedback tool.
Everything you need to know about cycling in Mississauga! The Peel Region Cyclists handbook will teach you about your bicycle, our traffic laws, and safe cycling habits.
Always do a safety check on your bike before you ride. Use this quick and easy ABCD Quick Check to make sure all parts are working properly and your bike is safe to ride.
Under the Ontario Ministry of Transportation’s Highway Traffic Act (HTA) a bicycle is classified as a vehicle. Cyclists have the same rights and responsibilities to obey all traffic laws as other road users.
Crossrides allow cyclists to stay on their bikes while crossing through intersections. They may be located where multi-use trails or cycle tracks cross a road. Crossrides are identified with a line of painted squares on both sides of the crossing, and may also include painted bicycle marks.
Do you want to help prevent bike theft? Learn how to properly lock your bike and register your bike with Peel Police