Press Release – Mar 26, 2019
Extreme weather has a significant impact on infrastructure residents use daily – roads, sidewalks and curbs.

Winter has taken a toll on some of Mississauga’s infrastructure. Each spring, the City of Mississauga starts its seasonal road repair work filling pot holes, repairing sidewalks and damaged curbs caused by winter conditions.

The City maintains about 5,660 kilometres of roadway and uses approximately 17,000 tonnes of asphalt for road repair helping more than a million commuters that use bicycle lanes or local roads to connect to various highways to and from Mississauga every day. City crews work to repair damaged pot holes, divots and disintegrating asphalt to keep individuals and their families safe for all driving, riding and walking conditions.

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