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On December 1, 2011, the last high-floor bus retired, making the transit fleet 100% low-floor and fully accessible.
As of October 22, 2012, bus stop pads have been put at all stops that Mi Way serves.
Mi Way is a member of the Canadian Urban Transit Association.
In 2013, Mi Way's annual ridership was 35.8 million passengers, with more than 50.9 million boardings.
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The system also connects with Brampton Transit to the north, Oakville Transit to the west, York Region Transit (YRT) to the northeast, and the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) to the east, including the Islington and Kipling subway stations on Line 2 Bloor–Danforth.Advertisements were placed on buses and shelters in September 2010 to introduce users to the new branding.Older buses using the old logo would continue to be used until they are decommissioned. The reason for the company's new name is twofold: "Mi" could be interpreted as standing for Mississauga, and it is also a homophone of "My", suggesting possession.NOTE: Presto card readers on TTC buses that operate in Mississauga are not set up to collect Miway fares at this time (although Presto users can pay their TTC bus fares with Presto while operating within the City of Toronto).As such, Presto users who wish to transfer onto TTC buses from a Miway bus within the Mississauga fare zone must tap their Presto card on the fare readers upon boarding and obtain a paper transfer from the driver.
The city's Transportation and Works department is in charge of its operation.