A well-maintained, optimal fleet of fire vehicles operated by teams of highly trained and skilled firefighters can make a positive difference in protecting lives and properties.
Add eight new and replacement fire trucks over three years
Build a fully centralized fire campus which will include space for a fire station, a training facility, an emergency operations centre and a new headquarters
2. Improving Your Ride
Did you know that each weekday, an average of 110,000 rides are taken on Brampton Transit, including Züm? A smoother and better connected ride means that you can get to your place of work, study or play faster and with greater ease.
Increasing our fleet of transit buses by 16% over three years (31 new conventional buses and 34 Züm buses)
Continue to refurbish and replace existing fleet as needed
3. Better Education for Better Jobs
The Province of Ontario is investing in a new STEM-focused university in Brampton, and the City is committed to investing in our future through this project as well.
City is contributing up to $50 million over 10 years for a post-secondary facility
City will invest up to $100 million for a joint-use centre for education, innovation and collaboration
4. Lively Community Spaces
Brampton's downtown area is being reimagined to create an integrated open space and an exciting venue for gatherings, events and festivals. A place where you can walk or bike with ease, and that is well connected by public transit.
Invest $30 million to create a new streetscape that will bring pedestrians and cyclists together in a safe and a sustainable manner
5. A More Active Brampton
Serving more than 5 million visitors annually, the City of Brampton continues to invest in recreation.
Launch STEM (Engineering and Robotic) recreation programs for ages 3-14
Expand and improve community centres in the Bramalea area
Improve program registration software
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